This topic provides links to the primary steps of the installation process for Service Virtualization.
These steps guide you through the installation, and provide additional server configuration information:
|System requirements||Supported hardware and software systems.|
|Installing Service Virtualization on Windows||Step-by-step instructions to install and configure Service Virtualization on Windows.|
|Installing Service Virtualization on Linux||Step-by-step instructions to install and configure Service Virtualization on Linux.|
|LDAP authentication provider||Instructions for configuring basic or LDAP authentication.|
|Docker installations||Instructions for installing the Service Virtualization components with Docker images.|
|Command line installation||Instructions for installing the Service Virtualization components on Windows from the command line.|
|Upgrade and migration||Overview of the process for upgrading to a new version of Service Virtualization.|
|TCP port configuration||Information on manually configuring the TCP ports that Service Virtualization uses for HTTP/HTTPS communication.|
|Enable TLS to replace deprecated SSL protocols||
Enable TLS security protocols in place of the deprecated SSL protocols.
|Service Virtualization Server||Additional configuration information for the Service Virtualization Server.|
|Starting and stopping Service Virtualization||
Instructions on starting the Service Virtualization components: Designer, Server, and Service Virtualization Management.
|Deployment||Deploying services on the Service Virtualization Server.|
Open source & third party license agreements
The Open Source & Third Party Software License Agreements document for Service Virtualization is available at the following locations:
- Documentation folder of distribution package
- doc subfolder of the installed product