A panel of performance engineering experts
Technologies continue to evolve. There is growth of users, transactions, devices, operating systems, platforms, data and more. Performance engineering teams must harness the speed of change and release software faster while delivering a superior end-user experience. Now more than ever, there is the need to engineer quality testing earlier in the SDLC by building more realistic tests, enabling increased collaboration across performance teams to meet challenges of application performance. The goal is to provide the best customer experience.
Join our expert panel for a discussion around the dominant trends in the performance landscape.
Moderator: Richard Bishop, Lead Quality Engineer, Lloyds Banking Group. Richard has over 20 years’ experience as a software tester. He has moved from “hands-on” testing to a role advising and mentoring software testers and developers, helping them to get the most from LBG’s investments in software testing and test management tools.
• Scott Moore, Performance Consultant, Scott Moore Consulting. Scott has two decades of experience in IT working with various platforms and technologies. He helps companies improve their application performance anywhere in the software development life cycle.
• Ryan Foulk, President and Founder, Foulk Consulting. Ryan and Foulk Consulting provide services around true end-to-end strategies for diverse company landscapes and consult on developing/maturing test and operations centers of excellence.
• Paul McLean, IT Performance Consultant, RPM Solutions and Data Services. Paul has more than 20 years of deep technical expertise in load testing. He started focused on control systems, software development and application performance tuning, before shifting his focus to load and performance testing.
• Wilson Mar, System Reliability Engineer, Consultant. Wilson supports cloud transformation at a large management consulting firm and was previously an Evangelist of the Performance Portfolio at HPE.