07-03-2013 08:37 AM - edited 07-29-2013 12:10 AM
Attention: Online Expert Day on LoadRunner on Tuesday, July 30th! Mark this in your calendars!
We will be starting the day at 8:00 AM Central European Time ( 11:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time ( July 29th); 2:00 PM Hong Kong time) until 11 PM Central European Time ( 2:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time ; 5:00 AM Hong Kong time (July 31st).
If you are a customer with a support contract, we would like to invite you to join us in the LoadRunner Support Customer Forum starting July 30th where HP product experts will be online to answer your questions.
This Expert day will be a great opportunity for you to learn more about what is new in the version 11.52 for HP LoadRunner.
We will be answering questions related to this new version covering to the following topics:
- Mobile performance testing
- Integrating performance testing with development tools for continuous application delivery
- New supported platform and updated protocols
- HP Live Network
What is an Online Expert Day?
Online Expert Day is an event when HP product, R&D, support, pre-sales, and professional services team members and other employees join our online forums to answer your toughest technical questions. Expert Days give you a chance to talk directly with the HP Experts.
To participate you do need access to the LoadRunner Support Customer Forum
If you don’t have access please add your support agreement ID (SAID) to your HP Passport profile and login again.
If you have a valid support contract and are still experiencing issues please send an email to email@example.com .
For more information on our support customer forums and how to add your support agreement ID (SAID) to your HP Passport profile please click here .
We look forward to your attendance and your questions!
If you have questions on the Expert day please reply to this message.
07-28-2013 06:10 AM
>Is it available for general audience?
No, Bill said: If you are a customer with a support contract
>I was confused with timings too?
What timezone are you in? It starts at 0600 UTC.