- We mainly use it for performance testing.
- Being able to spin up virtual services without buying additional hardware and being able to test.
- Ability to shift left or simplify the SDLC process.
The benefits are cost savings on hardware and earlier defect identification. We have a bunch of metrics we just presented on this.
Currently we are in the early cycle. It meets our current needs. I see where there are things we potentially may need, but nothing in the near future.
Good. We haven't had any issues. This is beneficial because we had CA resources on site so they have been able to help us and the product dev team to be able to solve issues quickly.
Good. It was part of our POC in which we made sure it would scale to fit our environment. It was our criteria in why we chose CA over other vendors.
We really haven’t done a lot of that because we have CA resources on site who was able to handle the majority of them. The CA Resource on site has done everything and anything and solved problems quickly. We honestly haven’t run into many problems. Not much to answer.
We've looked at Service Virtualization for the last few years because we knew the benefits of it but for which we never had the financial backing to purchase a tool. We've known that we've needed it for a long time just because of the benefits and abilities to transform the IT organization. It took a big change in our IT organization to buy it.
We considered HP SV, IBM GreenHat or whatever it is called now, Parasoft, and another smaller one.
It was straightforward from CA's setup, but it was probably somewhere in between in terms of our internal process.
We set up on a Linux server which was complex due to internal security in our company that pose a challenge. Not a tool specific problem, but an internal process security issue.
We considered HP Service Virtualization, IBM Green Hat or whatever it is called now, Parasoft, and another smaller one.
We were looking for a tool that met the needs of what we're trying to do. We have specific criteria. Most tools can do the basic web services, message queues, etc. What set CA apart was the ability to do the Java Virtualization.
Do your homework, do what’s right for your organization. While the tools try to be one size fits all. They each do something better than the other and you have to pick one that fits your IT organization.