About this webinar
User experience has become more than essential, particularly when it comes to performance. Mobile users expect a better level of performance from mobile apps as they do from web apps. Furthermore, the mobile user experience is highly impacted by device characteristics and network quality, making it difficult for performance testers to accurately replicate bugs in production conditions with conventional testing tools and approaches.
During this webinar, you will learn how, by combining Kobiton’s easy ability to test mobile apps on real devices with NeoLoad’s fast, industry-leading load test designer and analyzer, testers can now design load tests within Kobiton 10 times quicker and maintain those tests 20 times faster than typical load testing solutions.
What you will learn
Discover how NeoLoad can generate realistic load against web and mobile application
How testers can now design load tests within Kobiton 10 times quicker and maintain those tests 20 times faster than typical load testing solutions
Find out how Kobiton now lets NeoLoad do the heavy lifting for load testing mobile apps
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.
Frank Moyer is a 25-year technology industry veteran with a track record of building value in startups and exiting successfully. As CTO of Kobiton, Frank sets the product and technology direction for the company. Over the next 4 years. Prior to that Frank was an executive within Accenture’s Technology Practice. Frank holds a B.A. in Economics and a B.S. in Computer Science from Columbia University in New York.