This document is addressing Traffic Parrot v3.x.x. Traffic Parrot is a product of WB Software
Traffic Parrot v3.x.x is a service virtualization technology. It provides test doubles to support the
testing phase of SDLC.
Where does Traffic Parrot fit in?
Traffic Parrot will be used to decouple from the dependencies in the testing phase of your SDLC.
Depending on your infrastructure and test plans it can virtualize up to 100% of the test HTTP(S)
The administrator console is accessed by a modern web browser.
Each Traffic Parrot instance contains an administration console accessible via an
HTML web page and a virtual service that the System Under Test will connect to. They
run in separate JVM processes.
Traffic Parrot Enterprise provides a range of functionalities to help you with service virtualization:
- HTTP and HTTPS service virtualization
- JMS service virtualization (ActiveMQ, IBM MQ 7.5, for more contact us)
- Record and playback traffic
- Edit recorded traffic
- Persisting the mappings on local filesystem in easy to version control format
- Adding and editing request/response pairs by manually entering details
- Adding and editing request/response pairs by using templates
defined in a scenario file
- Request matching
- XML, JSON or other body content
- XPath matching
- Regular expression matching
- Header value matching
- Request URLs and path matching
- HTTP Passthrough mode
- Recording proxied HTTPS traffic
- Response templates with many types of extensions
- Generating responses based on data from CSV files
- Simulating delayed responses
- Simulating error and faulty HTTP responses and network faults
- Filtering recording by content type
- Logs access via browser
- Importing traffic from other service virtualization tools (on request)
- Running in Docker, Kubernetes, OpenShift
- And many more, explore the documentation for more details
Traffic Parrot requires Oracle Java JVM version 1.7.0 or above.
Traffic Parrot runs on most hardware platforms and operating systems
supporting JVM 1.7.0. That includes most server, desktop and laptop hardware
providers as well as most operating systems like Windows, Linux and other
Minimum hardware requirements
Minimum software requirements
- Oracle Java JDK version 1.7.0 or above
- Chrome, Firefox, MS Edge or IE 10+ web browser
How to run a POC (proof of concept project)
Old version warning!
This documentation is for an old version of Traffic Parrot. There is a more recent Traffic Parrot version available for download at trafficparrot.com
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