Put mobile performance testing at the top of your must-see list in Vegas at HP Discover!

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Let the countdown begin. HP Discover Las Vegas 2014 is almost here! If you’ve already signed up to experience the latest advancements in Cloud, Big Data, Security and Mobility, there is one session that we urge you not to miss! With more than 600 plus sessions to choose from, stop reading right now and put “TB3861 - Customer case study: Mobile applications performance testing”  at the top of your list.  

 

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Mobile performance testing is the practice of measuring the response time and availability of key transactions inside of a mobile application, under simulated real-world conditions. It is critical to ensure:

  • The response times experienced by the end‐user of your application are within the boundaries (SLA) of acceptable performance
  • The load your mobile application generates on your back‐end infrastructure / servers (datacenter or the cloud) is manageable

The performance of your application is monitored after it has been released and adoption of your application rises

 

Many companies are trying to address the challenges that arise from mobile development by testing their functionalities, but they fail to cover performance/load testing. To combat this, we’ve designed a spectacular session to provide you withan in-depth look on moving to mobile in the testing arena.  

 

This session is hosted by CA Technologies’ SME Quality Assurance Architect Srdjan Nalis, attendees will dive deep about mobile performance testing and how it’s done. In addition, participants will get an inside look at how CA technologies uses HP LoadRunner, HP Performance Analytics and Perfecto mobile software to achieve their mobile performance testing needs.

 

Participants will walk away from this session with best practices and new insight on mobile testing and how HP’s suite of performance and load testing products is the perfect solution for any organization’s performance testing needs.

 

For more information on this session, visit the session page here. Be sure to arrive early as this session is on a “first come, first serve” basis. As always, be sure to tweet us your thoughts and insights on mobile performance testing at @HPloadrunner and follow @HPDiscoverfor the latest news and updates.  

 

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