Event Location - The Albany Club - 91 King Street East, Toronto, Ontario
Venkata Penmetsa is a Solution Architect from Parasoft with over 10 years of experience in Software Tools Development, Test Automation, Enterprise Product Technical Sales, Support and Training. He is a product specialist for SOAtest, Virtualize and Jtest, based out in Toronto, in Canada. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and Post-Graduation in Global Business Management
Venkata has experience working with eCommerce, banking, insurance, telecom and government clients across North America. He is a strong customer advocate and a firm believer in enhancing business value and reducing time to market through the adoption of enterprise grade software development tools.
Update from March 13: considering the continuing news regarding the coronavirus, and in accordance with the recommendations of health authorities regarding public gatherings in Ontario, TASSQ has decided to cancel this event. Existing registrations will be refunded in the coming days. We are continuously monitoring the situation, if there are further postponements or cancellations we will communicate accordingly. Thank you for your understanding and continued support as we do our part to help flatten the curve.
The TASSQ board
The Parasoft Virtualize Training course covers basic and intermediate skills necessary to get acquainted with Parasoft Virtualize including real-life examples of SOAP/REST services, which the students will follow on their workstations. The examples are selected to showcase capabilities of Parasoft Virtualize to control virtual service response behavior and performance.
Students will learn service virtualization fundamentals, the application of Parasoft Virtualize for creating, configuring, and managing complex virtual assets to simulate the required components within the client’s infrastructure
Delivered by a Parasoft Technical Consultant, it is a fast and convenient way to learn the functionality of Virtualize for Service and Database Virtualization.
Students attending the course should have strong problem-solving skills and an understanding of debugging (logical approach to problem solving and debugging), XML, JSON, and Web Services familiarity with any special topics requested for the training such as WS-Security, JMS, EJB, etc.
Students are required to bring their own workstations
Google Chrome Browser installed on the workstations
Equip teams with the Parasoft Virtualize skills necessary to be highly productive
Enable teams new to service virtualization to effectively simulate API behavior
Improve service virtualization competency for teams with previous service virtualization experience
Understanding how to best engage in supporting application teams with virtual services
Day 1 - April 6 2020
Understanding Application Behavior Virtualization and related integration and messaging technologies
Understanding Service Virtualization concepts
Gathering virtualization behavior requirements
Introduction to Virtualize
Parasoft Virtualize components
Creating your First Asset
Understanding and Working with Message Proxies
Creating Assets from Traffic
Creating Assets from a Service Definitions
Configuring Assets for Dynamic Responses
Using data sources to correlate responses with dynamic values
Passing values from the request to the response
Use of scripted extensions to customize behavior
Building stateful virtual assets
Setting Performance Profiles
Use of Parasoft SOAtest with Parasoft Virtualize
To help model and adjust virtual asset behavior
Execute use case scenarios on the application under test to generate traffic
Create and run tests and monitor Parasoft Virtualize events
Day 2 - April 7, 2020
Deploying and configuring the Parasoft JDBC proxy driver
Recording JDBC interactions
Generating database virtual assets with SQL responders
Maintaining and modifying result set data with Excel
Data Management strategies
Working with Secure Services
Capturing and modeling virtual assets for JMS and MQ connections
Creating Hierarchical XML Data from Excel
Persisting and versioning asset definitions in a change management system
Overflow Topics (Optional)
The following topics may be demonstrated if there is extra time, and interest from the audience.
API Test Automation with Parasoft SOAtest
Environment Manager Concepts and Terminology
Systems and Environments; versioning and defining for re-use
Connecting to and managing Parasoft Virtualize Servers
Using Environment Manager to provision Test Environments and Virtual Assets
Environment Manager defined roles and artifact access control
This program is limited to up to 12 participants.
Technical Leads / Architects
Web Service/SOA Developers
QA and Test Engineers
This program is for 2 consecutive days (8 hours/day) of training
Printable Training Guide that outlines Parasoft Virtualize topics.
Regular price $950, non TASSQ member
Regular price $875, TASSQ member
Early bird pricing $900, non TASSQ member (Valid until March 13, 2020)
Early bird pricing $850, TASSQ member (Valid until March 13,2020)