Learn: what can you really get out of a Performance CoE

I've been working in centralized performance testing organizations for more than 6 years, giving presentations and consulting on Perf CoE - to the point where I didn't think there was much more to learn.  Then I read the preliminary research from Theresa Lanowitz who digs deeper into the true value of doing centralized performance testing.  There is compelling new evidence to show the real value that our customers are finding, the clear benefits and some of the hidden value.   


Please consider attending this session from Theresa Lanowitz, founder of voke Inc., as she presents the findings of a recent Market Snapshot on Performance Centers of Excellence. In this presentation, she will discuss:



  • Building a performance CoE

  • Achieving performance CoE ROI – qualitative and quantitative

  • Gaining organizational maturity through a performance CoE

  • Realizing the benefits, results, and strategic value of a performance CoE

Attendees will receive a copy of the voke "Market SnapshotTM Report: Performance Center of Excellence."


Click here to Register

Labels: LoadRunner
Comments
Jamuna_Ramesh | ‎06-05-2009 06:04 AM

Hi Mark,

Wanted you thoughts on the below questions:

Is LoadRunner suitable to work in a virtualized environment such as VMWare?

What are the challenges in installing & using an LG and Controller in Vmware server?

Can more number of Vusers be simulated in a Virtual server compared to a physical server?

What are the challenges in testing a virtual environment using LR?

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Mark Tomlinson is a software tester and test engineer. His career began in 1992 with a comprehensive two-year test for a life-critical trans...


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