Webinar: Script Recycling for Fun & Profit

Okay folks - here's a great webinar that can help you to learn more about script reuse and techniques that you should consider for maximizing automation for testing and production monitoring.

 

Title: Script Recycling for Fun and Profit

Date: October 12, 2010

Time: 1:00PT/4:00ET

 

Are you a Script Wizard? A VuGen guru? Do you put significant time and effort into building scripts that push your applications to the limit and beyond? You’re proud of your work and you should be, so why aren’t you recycling your work for fun and profit? With an Integrated Application Lifecycle Management approach that bridges test, quality and production monitoring, you don’t have to just “hope” your application works, but you can ensure your applications live up to their potential in production.

Tune into this interactive webcast and you’ll learn from real customer examples & HP Application Performance Management experts how you can get more from what you already do including:

  1. Reusing Test Scripts & SLAs in Production to Monitor & Tune Performance
  2. Enhancing Test & QA work with Real User experience data

The goal is that you spend more time working on actual resolution of performance problems rather than on argument and logistical troubleshooting.

 

Click here to register for the webinar!

 

 

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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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