While the last two years have required that companies concentrate on survival, experts predict that the future will focus on a return to the path toward growth. For performance engineering, that means we’ll see more proactive approaches take hold in 2022, integrating new practices to address new technological challenges as they arise, as well as identifying ways to scale those approaches across an increasingly diverse set of distributed systems and teams.

Join Paul Bruce, Director of Customer Engineering at Tricentis, to hear about five emerging trends that will shape the future of performance engineering. In this session, we’ll discuss:

- Resiliency and controlled chaos engineering by default
- Deep and wide telemetry for all cloud resources
- Industry standardization of metrics and instrumentation
- Intelligent readiness pre- and post-deployment
- A common approach across custom and packaged apps
Tue, Dec 14, 2021 · 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada) (GMT -8:00)
Paul Bruce
Director of Customer Engineering, Tricentis
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.