Track: Performance Testing
In the second part of this session, we will try to codify the analytic steps we went through in the first session where we learned to observe, form hypotheses, draw conclusions and take steps to confirm them, and finally report the results. The process can best be summarized in a CAVIAR approach for collecting and evaluating performance test results:
We will also discuss an approach for reporting results in a clear and compelling manner, with data-supported observations, conclusions drawn from these observations, and actionable recommendations. A link will be provided to the reporting template that you can adopt or adapt to your own context.
Come prepared to participate actively!
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Dan Downing – Principal Consultant, Mentora Group
Dan Downing is co-founder and Principal Consultant at Mentora Group, Inc. (http://www.mentora.com) , a testing and managed hosting company. Dan is the author of the 5-Steps of Load Testing, which he taught at Mercury Education Centers, and of numerous presentations, white papers and articles on performance testing. He teaches load testing and over the past 13 years has led hundreds of performance projects on applications ranging from eCommerce to ERP and companies ranging from startups to global enterprises. He is a regular presenter at STAR, HP Software Universe, Software Test Professionals conferences, and is one of the organizers of the Workshop on Performance and Reliability (WOPR).