The recent revolution in the industry opened new opportunities for performance testing; for example, to make it early or continuous. However, performance testing should be considered in full context. The question is not what technique is better, the question is what to use in a particular case.
Presented by Alexander Podelko
Alex Podelko has specialized in performance since 1997, working as a performance engineer and architect for several companies. Currently he is Consulting Member of Technical Staff at Oracle, responsible for performance testing and optimization of Enterprise Performance Management and Business Intelligence (a.k.a. Hyperion) products.
Alex periodically talks and writes about performance-related topics, advocating tearing down silo walls between different groups of performance professionals. His collection of performance-related links and documents (including his recent articles and presentations) can be found at http://www.alexanderpodelko.com. He blogs at http://alexanderpodelko.com/blog and can be found on Twitter as @apodelko. Alex currently serves as a director for the Computer Measurement Group (CMG, http://cmg.org), an organization of performance and capacity planning professionals.
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