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I want to perform performance testing for hybrid iOS and android mobile app. Please suggest ways on how to do it with some open source and paid tools

I simply want to be able to document and report (visually) web performance (time responsiveness) to my team.  I can f12 and bring up the console, but just wondering if there is a good tool out there people use to graph or display this data.

In traditional waterfall and agile processes we implement a test strategy to set expectations (and receive feedback) on approach for a release (multiple sprints of work) and test summary to capture results of the execution (functionl, security, and performance testing).  

In a a CI/CD model when we have a 2 week sprint and plan to deploy every 2 weeks it seems a bit cumbersome to do a strategy and summary every 2 weeks.  Ideally the summary could be pulled from an automation tool and produced to a dashboard so that should not be too bad.

Looking for information regarding QAI Global.  Have seen questionable reviews.  not familiar with this company at all.  

i am a manual mobile app tester. 

Please explain how middleware system testing is different from other testing(frontend testing,backend testing)and what is the role of System of Request(SOR) in middleware testing ?

Have you used qtpselenium.com to learn automation tools? please advise

what should be responsibilities and skills they do have?

According to different sites, testing tools should be used for testing but manual testing have also its importance. I am little bit confuse about this statement. Please anyone tell me difference between these two points and tell how much time should spend on both of them??

Looking to ensure we meet EAL-4 for a product and need looking for the best reference material. Thank you. 

What are the latest advances in Performance testing?

I'm in my early twenties, looking to make a career change to Business Analsis. My undergraduate degree is in philosophy, and my professional experience is in customer service and sales. For personal reasons, if I am ever to work for a graduate degree, now is the time.

 

Would an MBA and/or a MS in IT Management be valuable in a business analysis career, either in breaking in OR advancing in that field at some point in the future? Thanks!

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