Mobile Month Update – 3 New Mobile Webinars

Mark your calendars and register for these three upcoming mobile webinars.  You’ll learn about mobile functional testing, mobile performance testing, and will have a chance to have your questions answered by the panel of mobile experts.

 

1.   Are These Mobile Testing Dilemmas Keeping You Up at Night

Registration       Webinar Registration

Date/Time:         2 pm – 3 pm EST, January 23, 2012

Summary:  If your enterprise is in the midst of establishing a new mobile testing architecture, you are no doubt grappling with one or more of these dilemmas:

  • Should you use emulators or real devices?
  • How do you test applications across multiple devices while maintaining security standards? 
  • Mobile test automation - is it a must?
  • How can you leverage your existing ALM investment to support automated mobile testing?

In this exclusive webinar, industry experts from HP, Perfecto Mobile, Cognizant and  Orasi will address these dilemmas and share their experience in implementing automated mobile testing solutions for leading enterprises around the globe.

 

2.  You Can't Afford to Fail: Take the guesswork out of mobile performance testing with Shunra and HP

Registration:      Webinar Registration

Date/Time:   11 am -12 pm EST, January 24, 2012 

Summary:   Increasingly, mobile applications fail to live up to user expectations. In this webinar, Shunra and HP show you how to accurately and reliably test your applications to ensure optimal application performance and user experience prior to application deployment.

  • Difficulty testing multiple connection types and quality?
  • Lack of packet capture and analysis?
  • No deep network root cause analysis or optimization recommendations?
  • Limitations on ability to test multi-user, load and scalability in the lab?

Increasingly, these limitations result in inadequate or unreliable performance testing. And, as mobile applications continue to fail to live up to user expectations, business is impacted: revenue is lost, productivity decreases, and customer loyalty wanes. Mobile applications can have enormous variation in performance, which can have astounding impacts on your production systems.

 

3.      “Solving Mobile Application Challenges – Your Questions answered by an Expert Panel”

Registration:    Register HERE

Date/Time: Jan 31,   8:00 am PST / 11 am EST.

Summary:  The rapid expansion of mobile devices and the evolution of business applications is creating unique challenges for IT organizations that are expected to meet the demand of their business customers.  Now is the time for new and innovative mobile solutions, but you must have questions about the mobile market and the challenges of delivering and maintaining mobile solutions.  Join this unique session where we will have a panel of mobile experts from HP, Perfecto Mobile, Shunra and a customer who has addressed mobile testing challenges.

 

So, now you can update your schedules, register for the webinars and join us to learn more about mobile application testing.

 

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

 

And if you’re looking for functional testing – you need to check out The Future of Testing Blog

 

Of course- go to www.hp.com/go/mobiletesting for all things related to HP mobile testing

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