Many travel and hospitality applications involve interactions with numerous backend services, partners, and vendors. When dozens of services need to be developed, deployed, and managed, a comprehensive testing strategy ensures that each of these API-based backend systems communicates correctly and promptly with others. The lack of availability of a service could result in significant productivity loss to the company.
To reduce backend systems downtime, improve testing productivity, and ensure access for its travel partners, Sabre extended its API services-based Global Distribution System with service virtualization. After implementing an automated web services testing process, they recognized the need to simulate the backend environment, including test data, to improve productivity and accuracy.
Learn how Sabre achieved true end-to-end test automation at lower cost, including:
- Enabling testability of live systems and simulated services.
- Creating repeatable API test scenarios with partner-specific test data sets.
- Meeting productivity, reliability, availability, and functional requirements goals.
About the Speaker:
Sandeep Meesarapu has over 17 years of experience in Software Architecture, design, and development. He is currently working as a Principal Software Architect at Sabre, creating travel and hospitality solutions. With vast knowledge and expertise on APIs, microservices, and virtualization solutions, he has worked on and managed several enterprise software applications developing high impact technical solutions.