Tomorrow: a webinar with Nationwide

 

















HP


Webinar with Nationwide
























HP Software recently released the 9.5 versions of HP LoadRunner software and HP Performance Center software. With these new releases, HP is addressing today's top of mind application challenges around rapid technology change and adoption of new processes. In this challenging economic environment, companies have to be as lean and agile as possible. Please join HP and Nationwide for an informative Webinar where you will hear the highlights of the latest release as well as get a preview of an actual implementation of HP Performance Center 9.5 from John Seling of Nationwide. You will hear:



  • What new capabilities are included in the 9.5 release

  • How Nationwide leveraged the new features in 9.5 to shorten their test timeframes and make their tests more realistic

  • More about the new integration with Shunra Software

Join us to find out how HP's performance validation solutions can enable you to achieve legendary QA projects. All attendees will receive our new white paper, "Innovations in enterprise-scale requirements management, quality planning, and performance testing".

















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Take control of application performance and scalability challenges

























DATE:


March 17, 2008







TIME:


10:00 a.m. PT / 1:00 p.m. ET







SPEAKERS:


John Seling, Performance & Data Engineering Manager, Nationwide Priya Kothari, Product Marketing Manager (LoadRunner & Performance Center), HP Software







DURATION:


60 minutes with Q&A







REGISTER:


Click here to register for the webinar











Labels: LoadRunner
Comments
(anon) | ‎03-24-2009 03:40 PM

Thanks for hosting this webinar!  It was great to hear about Nationwide's experiences using the new functionality.  I was quite impressed with the 90-95% time savings for report generation that Trending gave them, and how they used the WAN Emulation to replace remote load generators and network monitors, while fixing problems with "mature" applications.

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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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