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Why Service Virtualization Matters?

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Service virtualization is an emerging trend in the SOA landscape that focuses on providing a common infrastructure for building and managing a complex service ecosystem.
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    Why Service Virtualization Matters .pdf

    Date Published:

    18/3/2009

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      Service virtualization is an emerging trend in the SOA landscape that focuses on providing a common infrastructure for building and managing a complex service ecosystem. This paper discusses the concept of service virtualization along with a brief description of the technical solutions Microsoft currently provides today.
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    Windows Server 2008

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