Software Quality Insights

Apr 19 2012   1:28AM GMT

Don’t wait too late to start performance testing

Yvette Francino Yvette Francino Profile: Yvette Francino

As software quality professionals, we all know that the earlier we find defects, the easier they are to fix. However, all too often, performance testing is not done until the very end of a release cycle. In fact, some organizations wait until after the code has deployed, thinking they can only monitor performance, and fix it when there’s a problem, rather than doing testing up front.

Eric Gee is facilitating a session here at STAREAST 2012 titled, “Performance Testing Earlier in the Software Development Lifecycle.” In this short video clip, Gee gives us a short preview of his session and how performance test engineers can partner with architects and developers, testing at the component level ensuring that performance issues are found and addressed as early as possible.

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