Scaling fast-performing applications in the cloud introduces new considerations and implications that should be factored into the testing process. While the cloud presents significant opportunities to build and ship software faster, it won't automatically make your applications fast, stable, and scalable. Your testing strategy should help you understand the performance-related characteristics and implications of your application architecture, whether you are testing a distributed or microservices system that was built in the cloud or a monolithic system that is being migrated to the cloud.

In this webinar, we'll share tips that will help you build an effective cloud performance testing strategy, including:

• What you need to consider when creating a cloud-ready performance testing strategy – whether you’re migrating applications to the cloud, building cloud-native, or both
• How to continuously measure and observe the impact of changes so you can keep applications running smoothly
• How to identify performance bottlenecks, minimize the risks of outsize autoscaling infrastructure costs, and maximize the value of your cloud projects
Kristen Webb
Director of Product Marketing
Kristen has worked in software development starting on the development of the very first web development platform to the product development of the then newly pioneered user experience design and UX development space. Kristen's been leading development teams and product marketing for deeply technical development and testing tools in the DevOps, security and performance engineering spaces for over twenty years at Adobe, Macromedia, Allaire, Black Duck, XebiaLabs and most recently Neotys and Tricentis. Kristen is currently the Director of Product Marketing at Tricentis, focused on NeoLoad, Tricentis’s continuous performance testing platform.
Bryan Cole
Director of Customer Engineering
Bryan Cole is the Director of Customer Engineering at Tricentis. He has been an advocate for performance testing and engineering for the last two decades, working as a consultant, product manager, subject matter expert, solution architect, and enterprise architect. He believes performance is an attribute, not a feature, and is a strong proponent of a dedicated performance engineering discipline that involves participants from all aspects of the application development lifecycle. Bryan has led strategic conversations with hundreds of customers over the years and loves using stories and analogies to represent complex technical environments to people so that they can be easily understood.
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