Webinar with Don Jackson: Key Steps to Proper Planning, Execution and Analysis of Performance Testing Methodology

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Jul 27, 2010, 11:44:51 AM7/27/10
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Hey guys,

 

Check out this webinar today with Don Jackson sharing his infinite and valuable wisdom:

 

Tuesday, July 27 
10:00 am PT / 1:00 pm ET
Key Steps to Proper Planning, Execution and Analysis of Performance Testing Methodology

As technology is progressing and applications are evolving, systems are getting more and more complex with many moving parts in the application. Each part needs to work as expected on its own, and also when put together with the other moving components. This makes performance testing of these complex, modernized applications is becoming even more critical

Many people realize that performance testing is important, and is an involved process, but it is not always obvious where the bulk of the effort should lie.

Join Don Jackson of Cardinal Health as he walks through the key steps involved in a sample performance testing project - from planning to design to execution to analysis. He will share

  • The distribution in effort for each piece of the test cycle
  • How to create a test plan
  • Tips & tricks for scripting and execution
  • Recommendations on performing test analysis
  •  

Speakers: 
Don Jackson, Sr. Engineer, Testing CoE, Cardinal Health
Priya Kothari, Product Marketing Manager, HP Software & Solutions

 

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Mark Tomlinson
HP Software
LoadRunner Product Manager
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