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Mobile Testing webinar invitation

Android and iPhone.pngThe world is rapidly adopting a mobile orientation. Smartphones, tablets and connected devices are quickly becoming ubiquitous. But are you able to test and validate mobile applications across the wide diversity of platforms before they impact your customers and business partners?

Don't let your end users experience your defects or be the ones to crash your systems.

 

On October 26th, we’re holding a webinar to talk about :

  • HP's approach to mobile functional and performance testing
  • How mobile applications present unique testing challenges
  • How to address these challenges and deliver

 

Interested?   - Here’s the details:

October 26, 2011

10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET / 7:00 CET

Register and join us...  

New registration link : -Register. 

 

 

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1 more thing to be excited about HP TruClient – a beta opportunity!

I sure hope that you’ve heard about the great innovation in HP TruClient, which is one of the G8480103022008_SmallJPG.jpgprotocols supported in HPLoadRunner 11 and  HP Performance Center 11.  We realized the challenges that many of you face when creating load testing scripts for modern web applications, where there are significant client side scripts.  The feedback and response to TruClient has been remarkable, and we’ve continued to innovate and extend the TruClient technology.  Now, we’re at a point, that we are ready to start beta testing the next release of TruClient, which will support IE 9.  Many of you have asked us about MS Internet Explorer support, and we’re very close to done

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If you don’t know what TruClient is, then you can watch this short movie : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cR8-3DRE2zo . Up until now, it only supported the Firefox browser. 

Two new voices joining the discussion

As new members of this community, we want to take a few minutes to introduce ourselves and let you know about what we’re working on.  We hope to bring two new voices and perspectives to the community and to best serve your needs.   Let me have Silvia Siqueira introduce herself:

”First of all it is a pleasure to be part of the PC/LR Blog community. It is very exciting for me to share my experience and most important learn from you, your IT challenges and solutions. 

About me, I am originally from Brazil, Sao Paulo. The largest business city in South America and my first language is Portuguese – As I would say, “Prazer em conhece-los” – which means “Nice to meet you”  

Before joining the Performance Center /LoadRunner team I was part of the HP Governance, Strategy and Planning solutions team working a Product Marketing Manager. The last 20 years I worked in many IT areas: Strategy, Applications and Operations which gave me a flavor in how IT must perform to be successful. My specialty is IT Service Management (ITIL) and Application Lifecycle Management. I am sure we have a lot to chat!

Looking forward for joining your journey for success!” Silvia Siqueira

 

John Jeremiah – I have over 15 years of 20 years of IT experience ranging from application developer to project manager and senior IT leadership roles.   At HP, I most recently worked on PPM product marketing, and will be focusing on Performance Center and how performance testing is an enterprise endeavor.  john.jeremiah@hp.com

 

We recently asked for your input about what you want out of this space and are planning to try to make some adjustments (more on that later).   For now, our main focus is to try to crate interesting and useful content that will help you with your performance and load testing challenges.  Specifically, we’re planning to:

 

-       Have more posts that address “How To” questions and best practices

-       Encourage interaction and discussion

-       Some product announcements

-       More success stories and insight about keys to success.

 

We’re both excited to be here and are always open to feedback and discussion, so feel free to add comments to blog posts or contact us via email.  whichever works for you.

 

If you’re interested in HP LoadRunner or Performance Center you can follow us
- on the HP Performance Validation Blog  or even follow us @hploadrunner on Twitter

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About the Author(s)
  • I have been working in the computer software industry since 1989. I started out in customer support then software testing where I was a very early adopter of automation, first functional test automation and them performance test automation. I worked in professional services for 8 years before returning to my roots in customer support where I have been a Technical Account Manger for HP's Premier Support department for the past 4 years. I have been using HP LoadRunner since 1998 and HP Performance Center since 2004. I also have strong technical understanding of HP Application Lifecycle Management (Quality Center) and HP SiteScope.
  • Malcolm is a functional architect, focusing on best practices and methodologies across the software development lifecycle.
  • Michael Deady is a Pr. Consultant & Solution Architect for HP Professional Service and HP's ALM Evangelist for IT Experts Community. He specializes in software development, testing, and security. He also loves science fiction movies and anything to do with Texas.
  • Mukulika is Product Manager for HP Performance Center, a core part of the HP Software Performance Validation Suite, addressing the Enterprise performance testing COE market. She has 14 years experience in IT Consulting, Software development, Architecture definition and SaaS. She is responsible for driving future strategy, roadmap, optimal solution usage and best practices and serves as primary liaison for customers and the worldwide field community.
  • HP IT Distinguished Technologist. Tooling HP's R&D and IT for product development processes and tools.
  • WW Sr Product Marketing Manager for HP ITPS VP of Apps & HP Load Runner
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