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Performance Engineering and Proven Practices

Join us for an informative presentation covering several best practices in the Performance Engineering field.

Topics to be covered include:

Staffing
Tooling
Visibility
Organizational Structure
Process Integration (Agile, Waterfall, Hybrid)
Technical Considerations

We hope you may find some new ideas to implement with your team. The field of Performance Engineering is changing rapidly over the last few years due to technology and perception of the field by the business areas. The presentation today will cover several areas that have proven successful in this new era of engineering.
Recorded Aug 9 2016 74 mins
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