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

Discover loadrunner presentation.jpgIf you are going to HP Discover, we have a session on mobile applications performance testing that you won’t want to miss.

 

CA Technologies’ SME Quality Assurance Architect Srdjan Nalis, will present a 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.

 

Keep reading to learn how you can attend this fascinating session.

4 tips and tricks for mobile performance

Event to fix.pngOne of my favorite things about my job is helping testers and developers. Today I am sharing some tips and tricks surrounding the mobile space.

 

Keep reading to find out how you can optimize your testing, even in the face of mobile device fragmentation.

Use Proxy Recording in LoadRunner 11.52 for Mobile Applications

LoadRunner has a proxy recording mode that you can use to record traffic to and from mobile devices.  In LoadRunner 11.52, a new proxy recording mode was provided. This feature provides a new approach for users to record web applications. It doesn’t require installing any client on mobile devices, so it is particularly suitable for recording mobile applications. It can also be used for desktop operating systems on which VuGen can’t be installed, such as Linux, Mac OS, etc.

 

Continue reading to learn more about the new proxy recorder mode and how to use it.

 

This post was written by Zhi-Yuan Jing (Jason), from the HP LoadRunner R&D team.

Who’s up for some mobile performance testing?

Not doing mobile performance testing?  Don’t worry, you will…

 

Everyone seems to be asking about performance testing in relation to the new reality of mobile access to almost every publicly available application, so I’m picking up the gauntlet and answering the tough questions. Continue reading to find out what people mean when they talk about mobile performance testing, and some best practices.

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  • 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.
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