Over the past two-and-a-half years, we at HP have been very busy building our scalable solution for mobile application monitoring – AppPulse Mobile. This was a challenging task, as the performance requirements derived from a solution that is able to receive events from millions of devices per second are not an everyday task. We had to use tools for performance testing and diagnostics in ways that push performance testing to the limits. In this session, we will share our experience about using performance tools in an environment that is very dynamic, releasing versions very frequently, and working in a SaaS environment with DevOps methodology.
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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.
Amichai Nitsan is a senior architect at HP Software focusing on mobile applications and technologies. A fount of innovation and new ideas, Amichai runs several internal “startup” projects inside HP Software. He has filed over 40 patents. Amichai holds a BSc and an MSc in computer science from the Hebrew University.
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