The Critical Factors for Successful Performance Testing

May 21 2013 (6:00 PM - 8:30 PM)


The Critical Factors for Successful Performance Testing
It has been reported that “52% of all applications developed fail to scale properly.” Additionally, just in the last decade, keystroke response expectations for applications has been lowered from 3 seconds to 1-2 seconds, with the advent of technologies such as Smartphone apps and mobile. Therefore, Performance Testing is more important than ever. In fact, it has become the cornerstone of the software quality strategy in many organizations. But how do you achieve successful Performance Testing? In this presentation, Paul Trompeter will describe the critical factors that will answer the who-what-when-where-and-why of Performance Testing, and help your organization plan for and implement a successful quality performance testing effort.

About our Speakers:: Paul Trompeter
Paul Trompeter, Senior Management Professional, has over thirty years’ experience in the high-tech industry. He has worked as a senior manager and consultant, in software development, program management, software testing, quality management, and R&D education.
As a QA Strategist, Paul has established and managed Software Quality and Testing Centers of Excellence, acting as the lead Evangelist, Architect and Executive Consultant. Paul’s career spans multiple companies, such as United Airlines, Tandem Computers, Hewlett-Packard, Motorola, WellPoint, CVS/Caremark, Technicolor, Kyocera, Wells Fargo, Toyota, federal and state agencies, and many others, all over the world. He has successfully led efforts for software methodology development, review & inspection implementation, test design, test automation, and test execution.


Meeting presentation file(s):
PerfMgmtSeminar2013.pdf