3 Ways to Get Started with CloudPort – Create

In the first in this series, we used an iTunes JSON service and made a request via SOAPSonar while we capture the request and response using CloudPort’s proxy feature. This is great when your service is developed and available, but what if the service you need does not yet exist or needs to be altered? …


3 Ways to Get Started with CloudPort – Capture

This is part of a 3 part series¬†on creating simulated services.¬†CloudPort comes with a proxy capture tool to Capture and then replay a simulated version of the service that currently exists. A simulated, response will remain static, and not effect data integrity of the enablers, but can be load or otherwise used for testing. Workflow …


CloudPort for REST Response Generation

In SOAPSonar tutorial 3 we tested a simple chained service for a mashup. The first being a REST service look-up on google maps for distance between Toronto and Montreal, the second a calculation service to work out how long it would take to ride a bike at your own speed. Now what if you are …


CLOUDPort Tutorial : Virtualizing an Existing Service

CLOUDPort fills the gap, doing the things that SOAPSonar does not. Were SOAPSonar emulates the client, allowing you to test the Service, independent of the Client. CLOUDPort, emulates the service, independent of network and system availability. Some examples of how this can be used, can be found in an earlier post “Take the whole lab with you.” So lets start by virtualizing a remote service, Crosscheck Networks has nothing to do with. W3schools.


CLOUDPort Free Runtime Player for Troubleshooting

The CLOUDPort Runtime player is a free tool that can run mock virtualized services to test your client against. While the paid version of CLOUDPort allows you to create the run-times / responses you wish, the Free run-time, comes with 3 embedded solutions. A Echo Service, A Static Response Service and Fault Service.