Service Virtualization: Fine-Tune Your Performance Testing

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Andrew Gates, Client Services Consultant and Beverly Mindle, Senior Product Manager

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When building, testing, and releasing applications, it is crucial to meet all performance expectations. But for many, the demands of testing application performance can be overwhelming and at times seemingly impossible. Enter Service Virtualization. At its core, Service Virtualization can precisely simulate application behavior, data, and performance. Its technology lets you: - Experience a production-like environment at a fraction of the cost - Test edge cases and negative scenarios - Isolate and test individual components prior to system integration - Enhance your performance environment Join Broadcom Software, Service Virtualization leaders - Andrew Gates and Beverly Mindle – as they define best practices, share case studies and show demos for performance testing with Service Virtualization. Agenda: 1. The value of Using Service Virtualization for Performance Testing 2. Best Practices for Performance Testing Environment 3. Fine-Tuning the Performance Environment 4. Fine-Tuning the Virtual Service for Performance 5. General Troubleshooting Recommendations 6. Q&A

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