Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 1:00:00 AM VML 250 Richards Road, Kansas City, MO

Most performance and scalability problems don't need a large or long running performance test or the expertise of a performance engineering guru. Don't let anybody tell you that performance is too hard to practice because it actually is not. You can take the initiative and quickly find these often serious defects. Ardy will share performance testing approaches and explores the top problem patterns that you can learn to spot in your apps. By looking at key metrics found in log files and performance monitoring data, you will learn to identify most problems with a single functional test and a simple five-user load test. The explained problem patterns are applicable to any type of technology and platform. Try out your new skills in your current project and take the first step toward becoming a performance diagnostic hero.

About Speaker Ardy Arfaian


Boston-based performance enthusiast Ardy Arfaian has been a developer, trainer, performance engineer, and trusted advisor for the past ten years working with scores of Fortune 500 organizations in the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific providing them the most recent industry best practices for web and mobile application delivery. Ardy now helps organizations develop their cloud monitoring strategy for their cutting-edge cloud and container based systems. 

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