There’s no question that enterprises today want to further integrate continuous performance testing into automated pipelines. However, many are finding it difficult to reconcile the mismatched clock-speed of testing with today’s accelerated pace of development and delivery.

This webinar presents field-tested best practices on how to get started with automated continuous testing and how to overcome common testing automation blockers.

You’ll learn, among other things, the key steps to continuous performance testing in DevOps, including how to:

• Gather the right metrics to assess your gaps
• Prioritize, then systematize across your application portfolio
• Plan for acceleration across the whole delivery cycle
• Design concrete measurements with the end in mind
• Pick the right targets to automate
• Make scripting easy for multiple teams
• Develop performance pipelines
• Use dynamic infrastructure for test environments
• Ensure trustworthy go/no-go decisions
Thu, Jul 15, 2021 · 2:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
Kristen Webb
Director of Product Marketing, Tricentis
Kristen has unique experience launching and growing enterprise software solutions, mobile offerings, e-commerce, SaaS, and highly technical developer products. She managed countless products in the application development, performance engineering, security and DevOps spaces in her time at Allaire, Macromedia, Adobe, BlackDuck and Neotys. More recently Kristen has joined Tricentis as the Director of Product Marketing.
Paul Bruce
Director of Customer Engineering, Tricentis NeoLoad
Paul Bruce is a DevOps Advisor, helping to transform enterprise software teams and delivery practices. He organizes DevOpsDays Boston, the Boston DevOps community, and chairs o11yfest. His technical research wheelhouse includes cloud management, high availability service architecture, API design and experience, continuous testing at scale, and organizational learning frameworks. He writes, listens, and teaches about software delivery patterns in enterprises and key industries and F250s around the world.