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Announcing General Availability of HPE Service Virtualization release 3.83 and its free Community Ed

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Announcing General Availability of HPE Service Virtualization release 3.83 and its free Community Ed

Announcing General Availability of HPE Service Virtualization release 3.83 and its free Community Edition.

  1. New Protocols Support
    • SFTP protocol: Customers now get another option when it comes to simulation of file exchange agents. Besides FTP and FTPS file transfer protocols, they can now specify SFTP (FTP over SSH) when choosing and defining the FTP agent.
    • Fixed length over FTP/File System: Another flexibility whereby users can transfer fixed length messages over FTP or file system.
    • SAP RFC over Webmethod: In addition to IDOC services, they can also use remote agent to virtualize SAP RFC services running within WebMethods Integration Server.
  2. Virtual Service Design and Simulation Enhancements. Existing power users will be very happy to see so many enhancements made in this area. Feature functionalities such as rule duplication, track creation, learning and management has been made so much simpler and intuitive in this release. Besides this, there are also a host of improvements made to SCA (Service Call Activity).
  3. New SV Jenkins Plugin Support. HP Application Automation Tools 5.0 now contains integration with HPE SV. The Jenkins plugin enable ease of deploy/undeploy selected services from SV project, change mode of virtual services as well as export virtual service with new updated models after learning.

Last but not least, there has also been a 30% increase in performance of simulation. Check out HPE SV Help Center for more details on what’s new in HPE SV3.83.  

Try out the updated HPE Service Virtualization Community Edition (release 3.83). This free software allows you to create and run multiple virtual services and incorporate performance and data models for more realistic application testing and simulation. 

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