Are women Capacity Managers by Nature?

One of the most important objectives in performance testing is to plan the capacity of the infrastructure to take the load of the user transactions. In my future blogs, I will be discussing more about the process around capacity planning.

 

Today, is “International Women’s Day”  and I want to talk about the person that in many cultures are by default the Capacity Manager for the household.   Women

 

Yes, exactly! Even though, they have never taken a class about managing capacity, they are in many parts of the world responsible for planning the simple and complex areas of the family life.   They have to identify what is needed and when.. .and then make things happen for the family. 

 

So often, they are the ones who takes cares of their children and family, they also often are expected to support their husbands.  But, this is all changing in many places.   Now, more and more women around the world are bringing their skills and talents to the workplace and are having a real impact.  

 

Here at HP, we have thousands wonderful and smart women working together to provide the best in class solutions for your business.   In fact, we are proud to have Meg as our leader, clearly demonstrating that women can lead in all levels of a modern company.

 

As today it is a special day for women – The International women’s day – I want to congratulate ALL women that work in computer technology field. I also want to remind all the men that read this blog to take a minute and congratulate all women that are around for the incredible job that she has done!

 

Happy International Women’s day! Enjoy.

Comments
gary dabb(anon) | ‎03-14-2012 12:47 PM

When running a test script in pc11 test plan.Unable to connect param data file to a separate excel data file.  We are able to link param file to external excel file and save and alm server and script runs successfully.  But script fails when run.

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