Time Simulator: Automate Virtual Clock Changes While Testing | Time Simulator | Manipulate & Automate Virtual Server Clocks
Time Simulator is a software testing solution to manipulate and automate virtual clocks without security limits, such as Kerberos, Active Directory LDAP. Time travel your server environment to the past or future to test your applications in real conditions.
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 Time Simulator is a temporal virtualization tool transparent to your application, database and overall testing environment. It is a standard, out-of-the shelf software package, which does not require any code modification. It can be installed and operated within minutes without any specific training.

Time Simulator runs on a Windows server.

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If you need a time virtualization & simulation tool running on Linux or Unix. Our sister product Time Machine is the right solution for you. Please contact us for more information.

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Time Simulator intercepts the call to the system clock,

and returns a virtual date / time instead.

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Principle of Time Simulator: the tool runs at the kernel level, on a Windows server. 1. when an application makes a call to the system clock for a date/time; 2. Time Simulator intercepts the API call; and 3- returns a virtual time instead.

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Time virtualization is a technique that lets you create multiple virtual instances of the system clock. Instead of being constrained to one physical clock, a time simulation tool lets you create as many virtual clocks as necessary.

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Fixed Time

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Absolute Time

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Relative Time

Create up tovirtual clocks
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Assign each virtual clock to a group of

Synch servers and applications, and exclude some processes and users.

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Assign a virtual clock to a specific time zone.

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