Tag: Performance Engineering

DevOps is pushing Performance and Security to the Forefront

  The DevOps philosophy is on its way to change our whole development chain which we’ve followed over many years, and especially once neglected disciplines such as security and performance testing will move to the […]

6 Pitfalls that waste your Performance Engineering budget

Many companies are cutting their IT costs. Outsourcing, out-tasking, and elimination of redundancies are some of those measures how organizations try to reduce spending on digital services. The competition is high and on the long […]

How to Create a Culture for Performance

Users expectations for reliable IT services are on the rise. Many applications are however not delivering acceptable response times, and potential customers abandon using those underperforming services. In this post, I will shine a light […]

Yesterday’s Performance Engineering approach can’t stop today’s Bottlenecks

New technology is popping up almost overnight, and the complexity of our applications is increasing. Virtualization, artificial intelligence, microservices, and machine learning are just the beginning, and there is much more to come. Some people argue that performance is the most important feature.

The need for Continuous Performance Optimization

Nowadays, information technology is at the heart of every business. Outages or slow downs of critical software components often impacts the whole organization.

Risk based Performance Engineering

erformance test effort estimation can be tricky. Especially, in integration projects, when a high number of applications need to be tested and the time line is very limited, a better approach is required.