It’s now more important than ever that each new release delivers a positive user experience, but it’s hard to ensure this when legacy performance testing approaches are too late, too heavy, and too slow to give DevTest teams the instant performance insight they need on each incremental change.
Tim Koopmans explains how load testing is being reinvented for DevOps, covering where traditional load testing approaches fall short for Agile and DevOps, what’s needed to rapidly expose performance issues before they impact users, and new approaches to making load testing faster, simpler, and more realistic.
This session is sponsored by Tricentis.
Tim Koopmans is director of load testing at Tricentis. A performance testing expert dedicated to making open source load testing tools and cloud testing infrastructure accessible to everyone, Tim engineered the Flood “shared nothing” architecture and holds the key to its unparalleled scalability and throughput. He also developed Ruby JMeter. Previously, Tim spent more than 10 years as a performance and development consultant for companies across the retail, finance, telecom, and government sectors and served as an Australian Army officer for 10 years.
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