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Tag: Performance Engineering

How to close performance-engineering gaps in 2019

There’s more to performance engineering than just load injection and response-time validation. Simulating production volumes on our changed applications—and we have plenty of tools for doing this— makes a good […]

Your winning performance-engineering strategy

Many companies now understand how, for their customers, performance is paramount. These companies know that the customer tolerance for slow apps is virtually zero. Nowadays, using Agile development methodologies to develop […]

The frustration of slow applications

Performance is not just a part of development—it’s also a component of design. That’s because the user experience and the usability of features both depend so much on response times. […]

The holy grail of performance requirements

Powerful non-functional requirements definitely have a fundamental part to play in providing high-performing IT services. Sad, but true to say though, too many decision makers neglect this crucial aspect of […]

The 4 Ps of Performance Engineering

Recently, I have been asked for a brief description on how to achieve outstanding responsive and lightning speed loading applications. A detailed description of all the why and how won’t […]

Performance Engineering Recommended Reading

There are many useful blogs which provide good insights about best practices in our performance engineering, testing and optimization space. Feel free to use my collection of recommended readings for […]

Reshaping Business with Speed – Part I

User experience is an all-dominating factor in our digital world. Whether you sell products through web-based platforms or you, use convenient facilities for banking activities, or you get in touch […]

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, […]