Tuesday, April 9, 10:00 am EST, 4:00 pm-4:45 pm CET
Efficient Continuous Testing on Jenkins with NeoLoad and Dynatrace


In a fast evolving market where expectations are at the crossroad of performance and quality, Neotys and Dynatrace combine the best of both worlds. Performance engineers can automate their performance tests, and operations managers can troubleshoot more effectively.

The integration consolidates the data available in Dynatrace and NeoLoad and provides real feedback on the quality of production release.

With Agile and DevOps, testers have to test more in less time. To do so, automation is a must allowing software to flow with the expected level of quality.

Neotys and Dynatrace have teamed up to develop a new integration for efficient continuous testing featuring Jenkins.

You will also learn about:

  • How to avoid extra working effort by building more realistic component testing and end-to-end testing?
  • How to take advantage of the AI engine of Dynatrace during each test?


Henrik Rexed
Senior Manager Online Performance Engineering

Henrik is Performance Engineer at Neotys, a leading provider of load testing software. He has been orchestrating and conducting performance tests for over 10 years, delivering projects in all contexts including extremely large Cloud testing on the most demanding business areas such as trading applications, Video on Demand, sports websites, etc.

Prior to Neotys, Henrik worked as .NET architect for Logica and Performance testing expert on large accounts in a variety of industries including insurance, car industry, retail and energy. Amongst the numerous initiatives he worked on, Henrik has built the performance Center of Excellence (CoE) handling load testing of all the European branches of a major insurance company.

Andreas Grabner
DevOps Activist, Dynatrace

Andreas Grabner has 20+ years of experience as a software developer, tester and architect and is an advocate for high-performing cloud scale applications. He is a regular contributor to the DevOps community, a frequent speaker at technology conferences and regularly publishes articles on You can follow him on Twitter: @grabnerandi