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This class starts with a discussion on the differences between performance testing and functional testing and helps to identify performance testing needs. The class continues by offering practical advice on how to establish and implement a sound performance testing approach. The class will focus on common performance testing methodologies and industry accepted best practices to help build a performance testing model focused on 'over-time' improvements.
The class will focus on Performance / Capacity planning, resource utilization, and risk management methodologies. Upon completion, participants will be able to take the concepts learned and apply them to a variety of application environments.
1 Day/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for Web Application Programmers, Database Administrators, Network Administrators, Performance Testing Teams (script developers), Performance Testing Team Leads and IT Managers.
Students should have a basic understanding of Quality Assurance principles.
Last Update: May 20, 2013