Performance Testing or Performance Engineering? Your definitive guide to performance quality
There is no ‘one answer fits all’ approach when it comes to definitions of Performance Testing or Performance Engineering. However, here are some typical examples:
- Performance Testing is in general a testing practice performed to determine how a system performs in terms of responsiveness and stability under a particular workload.
- Performance Engineering is a continuous process that is embedded in all phases of the software development cycle – from design, to development, and into the end-user experience.
But when should you use each approach? Is there a huge difference? And what should your preference be? Find out in the recording below…
Key topics of this webinar include:
- The differences between performance testing and performance engineering
- The benefits each approach can provide to organisations
- Our panel’s professional experiences of implementing performance quality methodology
- What does a tailored performance engineering/testing service look like?
- Key challenges when implementing a performance quality solution
Alex also recently hosted a webinar around Windows updates and the performance issues associated with low performing end-user devices. – Webinar Recording: The critical importance of Windows updates – ROQ
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