It’s been two months since we gathered 12 experts in Chamonix (French Alps) to discuss topics on the minds of today’s performance tester.
On September 24-25, our second 24-hour virtual PAC will take place. We’ll be traveling the world virtually to hear from 20 performance testers regarding best practices and perspectives on what’s next for the performance testing space.
However, we don’t want to keep you waiting, so we decided to organize a unique PAC, featuring two of our well-known experts: Scott Moore & Wilson Mar (see their abstracts below).
Introducing the Software Engineer Across the Lifecycle (SEAL)
Reducing the impact of poor application performance requires “shifting left” into development as early as possible. It also means “shifting right,” to monitor the application in production. A DevOps approach to performance in Lean methodologies is about engineering performance into the application from beginning to end. This requires a particular skill set that goes beyond a testing role (SDET) and a DevOps engineer (SRE). In this presentation, we will discuss the need for the Software Engineer Across the Lifecycle (SEAL) and how this bridges the gap between development, testing, production, and the business. It will cover the differences this role brings and how it enables organizations to improve application and system performance no matter where it is.
About Scott Moore
With over 27 years of IT experience with various platforms and technologies, Scott has worked with some of the largest applications and infrastructures in the world. Scott founded LoadTester Incorporated in 2004 and co-founded Northway Solutions Group in 2010. In 2015, Scott Moore Consulting LLC was set up to provide consulting services around Performance Testing, Performance Engineering, and Performance Monitoring. He is an active thought leader in the performance engineering space.
Considerations for cloud performance and scalability – the specific limits and monitoring
Wilson Mar has focused on being proactive with performance and capacity issues while implementing complex software in enterprises and entrepreneurial organizations.