It is important for developers and testers to understand how to engineer resilient applications for reliable performance. Join the R&D manager for HP TruClient, Shlomi Nissim, as he explains how HP delivers applications that are designed to perform in some of the most demanding enterprise environments in the world. TruClient helps customers interactively capture user behavior across multiple browsers, and reproduce them on a massive scale in products like HP LoadRunner and StormRunner, and is used by thousands of companies in nearly every industry. We will provide tips on how to develop, test, and resolve performance issues in a continuous delivery environment.
In this workshop, you will learn:
This tutorial is sponsored by HP
Shane Evans is an experienced IT manager with over 12 years in the industry. His primary focus has been performance engineering and performance management, and he spent seven years managing these for a major financial institution in Canada before joining Hewlett-Packard in 2009 as a presales solution architect. After two years in the field helping ensure the success of customers across the country, he is now the product manager for HP LoadRunner. Shane is an active member of the Performance Engineering community, and regularly contributes to the discussions on the HP Forums as well as Google Groups, Yahoo, LinkedIn and his own personal blog.
Edo Nir is a team leader in HP LoadRunner R&D group, developing the market leading performance testing software. Experienced in software design and development in an agile environment. Edo holds a B.Sc degree in Information Systems Engineering from the Ben-Gurion University.
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