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What’s New in HPE LoadRunner and HPE Performance Center 12.53

The modern reality of digital transformation demands that companies deliver applications faster—all without sacrificing quality and performance. Hewlett Packard Enterprise is a recognized leader in the performance testing space, and with every new software release, we continue to solidify our position as a frontrunner and innovator.

HPE LoadRunner and Performance Center version 12.53 are packed with features to support testing in Agile and DevOps environments. You can interface with popular third-party solutions, and improve usability and efficiency of performance testing, to help enterprises accelerate their time-to-market and increase productivity.

In this web event we'll present the following innovative features:

Media Streaming
New PCoIP Protocol
Support for HTTP/2
Git Integration in VuGen
TruClient Enhancements
PC Usage and Admin Reports
NV Insights Report
PAL 2.0 Enhancements
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