Computer Measurement Group, Inc, today announced that Ramya R. Moorthy has been named this year’s winner of the prestigious Mullen Award for her presentation Performance Anomaly Detection & Forecasting Model (PADFM) for eRetailer Web application (Best Paper-India) at CMG’s IMPACT 2017 Conference.
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From her paper’s abstract, “With high performance becoming a mandate, the need for sophisticated performance management is realized by every e-business. Robust performance anomaly detection and forecasting solution is in demand to detect anomalies in production environment and to provide forecasts on server resource demand to support server sizing. This paper deals with the implementation of PADFM for an online retailer using statistical modeling & machine learning techniques that has yielded multi-fold benefit to the business.”
About Ramya R Moorthy
Ramya R. Moorthy has over 15+ years of industry wide experience in Performance Engineering space. She has extensive experience doing performance consulting for solving technical problems & for assuring web systems for its performance, scalability, availability & capacity. In the past, she has led several senior leadership roles in her experience working for product & service based companies. Currently she provides technical consulting services in nonfunctional requirements testing space through her startup. Her key area of interest includes application Performance assessment & capacity sizing, performance modeling & predictive performance analytics. She has received the Mullen award during the year 2017. She holds her Masters degree in Computer Engineering from BITS Pilani, India.
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