Performance testing has often been the last step before deployment. Due to time constraints, many projects have been focused on one single metric: Response time.
Response time is obviously important because it would reflect the expected user experience of your release. But before looking at your response time, are you sure that your test context is realistic? Are your test results meaningful?
Today, technical architecture has changed a lot: most of us are using cloud and containers to deploy our applications. The cost of our environment is directly linked to the level of performance of our release. Therefore, we should be more careful about the number of nodes required to run our application.
This session will remind the basic of load testing :
The importance to define a realistic test context
The criteria that will make meaningful test results
This session will then focus on test cloud architecture :
Methods that will make your test smarter and faster
KPIs that will allow you to control the cost of your cloud deployment
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