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  • How to Overcome Agile Performance Testing Challenges for your Web & Mobile Apps
    How to Overcome Agile Performance Testing Challenges for your Web & Mobile Apps Oded Keret, Product Manager on StormRunner Load, HPE and Kristina Avrionova, Product Marketing for StormRunner Load, HPE Recorded: Nov 15 2016 62 mins
    Between scrum meetings, user stories, and ever-shortening sprints, performance testing can sometimes be swept under the rug. When a massive number of users hit your web or mobile app and it turns out it can’t handle the load, skipping performance testing can turn out to be your biggest regret.

    When performance testing is done right, you can detect performance degradation before there’s failure in production, and along with smart analytics and comprehensive performance insights, you can dramatically shorten time spent finding and fixing problems.

    Join this web seminar to learn how to overcome common agile performance testing challenges to prepare your web and mobile apps for peak traffic while avoiding regrets.

    You’ll also learn:

    • Why traditional performance testing practices don’t really work in an agile environment
    • Why you need to simulate real-world business flows
    • How to quickly test for scale and optimize for peak traffic
  • Discover the Spin-Merge Benefits to our ADM Software Portfolio
    Discover the Spin-Merge Benefits to our ADM Software Portfolio Raffi Margaliot, SVP & GM, ADM and Genefa Murphy, VP, Product Marketing, ADM Recorded: Nov 2 2016 54 mins
    On September 7, Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced plans for a spin-off and merger of our Software business unit with Micro Focus, a global software company dedicated to delivering and supporting enterprise software solutions. The combination of HPE’s software assets with Micro Focus will create one of the world’s largest pure-play enterprise software companies. We will remain focused on helping you get the most out of the software that runs your business.

    Join the HPE Software Application Delivery Management Executive team to hear firsthand about the recently announced HPE Software and Micro Focus spin-merge. What does it mean for us, what does it mean for you, and most importantly how it strengthens HPE’s ability to help you meet the demands of your customers in delivering high quality apps and responding to current trends around DevOps and Mobile. Hear about the ADM strategy and commitments to the roadmap including upcoming innovations in key areas such as enterprise agile continuous testing, and digital performance and user experience. Bring your questions and join us on this new journey to success.
  • An Open Source Testing Framework for Microservices in Containers
    An Open Source Testing Framework for Microservices in Containers Neil Gehani and Ying Lei, HPE Recorded: Oct 18 2016 28 mins
    Microservice architecture has been adopted by modern software teams as a way to deliver business value faster to address the DevOps goal of maximizing value by reducing cycle time. Container technology enables delivery of microservices into any environment. Docker has accelerated this by providing an easy to use toolset for development teams to build, ship, and run distributed applications. These applications can be composed of hundreds of microservices packaged in Docker containers. These containers are deployed and running on ANY IaaS (e.g. AWS, GCP, Azure or on-prem).

    In a recent NGINX survey, the “biggest challenge holding back developers” is the trade-off between quality and speed. As Martin Fowler indicates, testing strategies in microservices architecture can be very complex. To address this complexity, we need to test in a real environment with real data – the “continuous delivery” (CD) phase of the lifecycle.

    A framework enables developers working in the Docker ecosystem to easily test a complex system of microservices. For developers, it requires no behavior change. Developers gravitate to frameworks to speed up their development. Using frameworks also allows people to share best practices. A framework applied to testing of microservices in containers is a simple abstraction layer. Abstractions make life simpler for Developers building and deploying modern apps.

    Join us for this webinar to learn more.

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