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IMPACT Session Announcement: Performance, Capacity, and Risk

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IMPACT Session Announcement: Performance, Capacity, and Risk

The IMPACT Conference Task Force is pleased to announce the addition of two more speakers and a Keynote presentation to the IMPACT line-up. has now made a decision on the first additions to its IMPACT 2019 speaker lineup. We are delighted to make this announcement and to offer some truly great sessions at the February event.

Attendees are encouraged to register by October 31st to take advantage of the Early Adopter Pricing Special. Click here to register.

 

Is Your Load Generator Launching Web Requests in Bunches?

Jim Brady   |    Reno, Nevada Area      |    http://jamesbrady.academia.edu

A load generator that launches web requests in bunches produces incorrect system performance results and until now load testers had no tools to identify the problem. In this talk, a free downloadable tool is used to evaluate request timing quality by comparing a test run stat with real user behavior.

Jim is a Capacity Planner for the State of Nevada.

 

Capacity and Risk – The Coffee Cup and the Lake

Chris Greco, PMI-ACP, PMP, CISSP, CySA plus, CTT, ASEP   |   Baltimore, Maryland Area   |     @grectech

Risk is one of the elements that are overlooked when discussing performance monitoring or capacity management. Risk is best understood by the concept of vulnerability vs convenience. How will performance monitoring and capacity planners deal with this correlation? Listen to this presentation.

Chris is a Consultant, Instructor, and Course Developer.

 

Keynote: Capacity Planning Under Cloudy Skies: The Times Are A-Changing

Brian L Wong   |   Richmond, Virginia Area    |    www.capitalone.com

Much of the world is moving to clouds, and many significant parts of IT are changing at the same time. Capacity planning is far from obsolete, but practicing it in a different and much more rapidly changing environment will be very different than in the past. Here’s where the field is going.

Brian is a Technology Fellow at Capital One.

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