The Babylon Payments Simulator (BP-Sim) is a family of highly efficient regression and stress testing tools, designed for deployment in development and pre-production environments. BP-Sim allows users to perform an extensive range of tests across the chain of payment services and thus identify potential causes of failures before launching payment systems into production. BP-Sim consists of following modules: BP-Source, BP-Host, BP-HSM and BP-SeeEMV.
BP-Source and BP-Host supports transaction formats as: APACS30, AS2805, many ISO8583 dialects, IFSF, SPDH, TCMP. Together with industry-standard cryptography, multi-platform support, configurable transaction load up to 2000 TPS.
The purpose of BP-Sim HSM module is to provide an adequate TCP/IP simulation of the Thales Hardware Security Mod.
BP-SeeEMV simulates the steps involved in an EMV transaction that take place in the EMV terminal and the Issuer Server (when conducted online). Module can process a transaction one step at a time in step-by-step mode or to certain break-point.