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By jbedford
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Published: Jan 17 2014 / 00:25

In the race to implement continuous—or simply faster—delivery, emphasis on the build-and-deploy side has gotten most of the press, while continuous testing has languished. Testing remains a bottleneck, sometimes even a luxury, for development teams. They are looking for operational efficiency around the concepts of continuous release. The benefit of service virtualization is that teams can get a lot more time to more completely exercise the application, thereby reducing risk and accelerating time to market.
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