Performance

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Continuous cycle The Power of Continuous Performance Testing

Continuous performance testing gives your development teams a fighting chance against hard-to-diagnose performance and load-handling bugs, as well as quickly identifying major functional bugs. Due to its combination of flexibility, coverage, and effectiveness, performance tests are powerful candidates for continuous testing.

Don Prather
Ubertesters logo One Experience with Ubertesters, a Mobile Test Management Platform

Many companies creating mobile apps struggle to find the time to test on a variety of devices, organize bug reports, and resolve issues efficiently. Andrew White’s organization tried Ubertesters, a platform that provides a team of mobile testers and a set of features for feedback. This is his account of how it affected their test process.

Andrew White
Check mark: performance testing Modern Application Performance Testing

In order to understand if performance matches needs, testing is a necessity. While there are many areas that help define testing parameters, three overarching testing concepts must be addressed in order to provide appropriate performance for modern applications: your users, your data, and your environment.

Terri Calderone
Security Testing How to Talk about Security Testing without Scaring People

When it came to security testing, Sylvia Killinen noted that her company's most frequent difficulty wasn't the testing itself. Instead, it was the communication that provided problems, in part because of the words used to explain what would be performed. If you take care with how you describe your process, you may get more support while executing tests and repairing systems.

Sylvia Killinen
Responsive Testing Reducing Redundancy in Responsive Testing

When testing responsive design, it's important to make sure that it renders well on a variety of devices. But how can you do that efficiently, without testing on dozens of smartphones, tablets, and desktops? Adam Rosenberg tells you how to make informed testing decisions based on OS, viewport widths, and your team so that you can reduce redundancy.

Adam Rosenberg
Better Performance Tester How to Become a Better Performance Tester 101

Modern systems are complex, and performance requirements for each are unique. As a result, the approach for testing might be vastly different from one system to another. Here, Jun Zhuang talks about how to start your performance testing career, smart approaches to time management, and the necessity to have a broad knowledge beyond the testing tool.

Jun Zhuang
Just Load Testing Using Load Testing Tools for More Than Just Load Testing

System load testing tools are well known for understanding how your system will perform under different scenarios—but that is not all these tools can do. This article looks at the ability to gain critical information from your production systems using the abilities that are included in these tools.

Nels Hoenig
Load Testing Environment Six Tips for Building a Better Load Testing Environment

Building a realistic test environment is essential for the success of your load testing, but it is also a challenging task that can require resolving technological, organizational, and security issues. This article can serve as a roadmap for building a faster and more efficient load testing environment that leads to quicker deployments.

David (Dudu) Buch
Bug Tracker Clean Up Your Bug Tracker and Keep Numbers Manageable

A good team likely is trained to consistently report defects as accurately and promptly as possible. This means that over time the bug backlog builds up, and looking for what bugs to fix starts to seem like searching for a needle in a haystack. The best way to keep your tracker under control is to improve the quality curve earlier.

Timothy Western
Load Testing Cloud Load Testing and Sizing Considerations for the Cloud

When it comes to load testing in the cloud, going bigger is not always better. This article describes how organizations can utilize load testing to help right-size a production system being built in the cloud, allowing their project teams to build an ideal system that is not too small and under-performing for their needs and not too large and costly.

Don Prather

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