HP Service Test Management vs. Service Test
I was wondering if anyone could please tell me what it is that HP Service Test Management has that Service Test itself doesn't.
Another question is if we don't have Service Test but setup Service Test Management on our Quality Center, what will we be missing?
Thank you very much for your answers.
Re: HP Service Test Management vs. Service Test
HP Service Test Management is a product that is build above HP Quality Center and enables user to manage risk and quality(requirements , defects and entities) for SOA based aplications.
Service Test Management completes HP SOA Quality Solution includes testing area - Service Test,SOA governance Systinet , and SOA Management - Service Test Management.
Service Test Management has close integration with Service Test and use it mostly for tests execution. But even without it STM provides capabilities:
Import your services into STM
Auto generation of requriement and testing according to different SOA aspects like interoperability , security and other aspects
Graphical Quality status both of single Web Service and custom service.
Immediate invocation of WS operation via Manual Runner Tool.
Automatic WS script invocation via Service Test.
Full Integration with Service Test .
Full support for Quality Service Feature.
Integration with Systinet.
Graphical Modeling - for modeling Service's dependancy on your system.
Change impact testing capability - that provides creation of needed tests that should be run as result of changes in system.
Policy management - ability to define policies that should be applied to all services in the system , and in case of violation - monitoring it.
Permissions - managing different roles in SOA environment.
Emulation of Services - ability to emualate service behavior via integraion with HP Service Emulation (part of Service Test)