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  • Set and save environment "instances" where each of the AUT's dependent component components is set to the state needed for a specific test scenario (e.g., a virtual API simulating network congestion and error responses + a real database + a virtual mainframe that's returning positive responses… )
  • Provision environment instances on demand or automatically
  • Record traffic that you want to simulate with service virtualization
  • Monitor the "health" of real or virtual environment components
  • Integrate API testing into the provisioning process
  • Monitor server and asset events  (request messages received, response messages sent, errors, and so forth) 
  • Access reports on recently-modified artifacts related to service virtualization (message proxies, JDBC controllers, test scenarios, etc)
  • Review the scope of your service virtualization efforts over a specified time frame.

Requirements

As long as CTP is installed and running, you should have immediate access to the Environment Manager capabilities appropriate for your account permissions. To enable configuration and provisioning of environments, the following must be configured in Environment Manager:

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  • Create new virtual assets
  • Modify and extend virtual assets created in CTP or Virtualize
  • Check Virtualize server status and review the assets deployed on each server
  • Review out of sync virtual assets and recently-modified artifacts related to service virtualization (message proxies, JDBC controllers, test scenarios, etc.)
  • Monitor virtual asset hit statistics

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  • Share assets within your organization and/or across the Parasoft community

Requirements

  • No special configuration is required