Service Virtualization helps you to share data and collaborate with others.
|Store resources in ALM||Store your Service Virtualization projects as test resources in ALM. This can facilitate the use of the virtual services by other users, or by testing tools.|
|Collaborate using SVN||Manage the version control of your virtualization projects from within the Service Virtualization Designer.|
|Share virtual services||
Consume virtual services that are stored in a network location, such as an ALM repository.
Service Virtualization Management enables you to manage services from multiple Service Virtualization projects and servers in one location, without opening the projects.
|Duplicate virtual services||After creating a service, you can save it as a virtual service template in order to reuse the service in multiple testing environments, or reuse the service's configuration, custom functions, data, and views.||
|Import sample messages||Import existing messages from a file.||
|Import logged messages||Import logged messages into the Data Model. Save and share logged messages with others.||
|Import/export agents||Export an agent configuration to share, or import an agent configuration file to create a new agent configuration.|
Work with an external data file. Import and export data from the Data Model.
|Export row data||Export messages from one or more rows from a rule in the Data Model to text files.|
|Export projects and services||Save your virtualization project as an archive file in the file system.|