Service Virtualization and API Testing

Cynthia Dunlop

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PIE- For Development as well as Thanksgiving

Pie can be just as essential for development as it is for a hearty Thanksgiving feast


You wouldn't think of having a Thanksgiving meal without pie... but did you know that that pie can be just as essential for development as it is for a hearty Thanksgiving feast?

In terms of development, PIE refers to "Process Intelligence Engine." PIE seeks out patterns buried in data across disparate systems and delivers an actionable list of findings that are prioritized by the organization’s policies. For example, by correlating static analysis observations with unit test observations, PIE can identify application components that present the most significant risk of failure.

Leveraging PIE, organizations identify business risks across tools, time and teams, which allows them to discover risks and opportunities that humans would most likely overlook.


A Quick Taste of PIE [60 second video]

Baking a pie can take hours... but here's a quick taste of PIE in just 60 seconds.

PIE Infographic

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Cynthia Dunlop, Lead Content Strategist/Writer at Tricentis, writes about software testing and the SDLC—specializing in continuous testing, functional/API testing, DevOps, Agile, and service virtualization. She has written articles for publications including SD Times, Stickyminds, InfoQ, ComputerWorld, IEEE Computer, and Dr. Dobb's Journal. She also co-authored and ghostwritten several books on software development and testing for Wiley and Wiley-IEEE Press. Dunlop holds a BA from UCLA and an MA from Washington State University.