Installation

This topic provides links to the primary steps of the installation process for Service Virtualization.

Installation steps

These steps guide you through the installation, and provide additional server configuration information:

Name Description
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.
Basic or LDAP Authentication 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.
How to start Service Virtualization

Instructions on starting the Service Virtualization components: Designer, Server, and Service Virtualization Management.

Virtual service deployment Deploying services on the Service Virtualization Server.

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Open source & third party license agreements

To access the Open Source & Third Party Software License Agreements document for the Service Virtualization:

  • Select Micro Focus > Legal Guide from the server machine's Start menu.
  • Navigate to the doc sub folder under the server installation. By default, the location is C:\Program Files\Micro Focus\Service Virtualization Server\doc\SV_OpenSource3rdPartyAgree.pdf.

Note: You must have Adobe Acrobat or a similar PDF reader to view this document.

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