Software architectures have evolved to suit an ever-growing demand for scaling users and transactions and adopting new technologies like containers and microservices. The practices of testing, monitoring, and diagnosing issues and identifying bottlenecks in production have evolved in parallel to help teams with their rapid software release and delivery of stable apps.
Vicky Villalobos explores some of best practices and tooling used to load and monitor a system in order to find performance and behavior across any OS, deployment environment, or device and shares real-life success stories and best practices of teams who are navigating these challenges on a daily basis.
This session is sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Vicky Villalobos is a senior product manager at HPE, where she leads a team that handles all phases of her product lifecycle. Vicky has a passion for translating customer requirements into product features and technical specs so that at the end of the day her team can deliver products that meet customers’ needs and enable them to master performance engineering. With roots as a software engineer, Vicky has built a successful career leading IT product management initiatives for enterprise software and cloud computing projects and thrives on collaboration with multiple business units and customers all over the globe. An animal lover, Vicky fosters kittens to prepare them for adoption and dreams about puppies.
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