Product Features

Mock Services

Eliminate dependencies to test faster and more completely. Configure and integrate mock services with your BlazeMeter tests so they never have to be created and managed separately from the test.  Watch it in Action

Mock Services Make Better Tests

Shift left testing means testing at the API and component level. To do this accurately, you need to isolate the functionality under test. This is where mock services come in. Virtualize parts of the system that are not under test, or not available (eg, still in development), and get discrete insight into the quality and performance of what you’re testing. 

Mock Services make better tests

Mock Services is more than just Mocks

Traditional mocks deliver a single simple bounceback response. Mock Services realistically simulate the real-world behavior of a service. Test your app under both good and tough conditions with both happy path and negative responses (slow response times, incomplete content, unexpected errors, or even chaotic behavior). Be ready for whatever the world throws at your app.

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Open-Source and Third-party Compatible

Create mock services with open source tools like Wiremock or CodeSV, or with your own tools of choice. Easily import API specifications like Swagger and .har files, or use the proxy recorder or UI to create mocks without coding. Store and share mock services with your team in the transaction repository. 

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Mock Services in the Continuous Testing Toolchain

Mock services are a vital part of your continuous testing toolchain. BlazeMeter is the only platform that unifies all the information required for a test to run into a single test asset. Data and services are automatically included through the inherent deep integrations. Save time, reduce complexity, improve coverage and accuracy. 

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