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Performance testing is more challenging than ever. Technology is more complex, customer expectations are higher, and an increasing number of people and departments need to be involved to make performance testing effective. This article shines a light on strategies to help you execute successful performance test cycles in 2024.
Performance tool cost is likely to be less than 10% of the performance testing budget, yet many still think that slashing this figure saves money. Common sense tells us that if you do not spend on quality tools, you will spend more on people. In this insight, I look at why investment in professional performance test tools is so important.
The Post Office Horizon scandal destroyed lives and livelihoods and is rooted in defective software. This insight looks at the scandal from a testing perspective and serves as a cautionary tale for all involved in deploying large-scale IT systems.
Choosing the right performance test tool will save you time, money and effort. Choosing the wrong one will give you expensive headaches, drain your resources, and might not even tell you when you have a performance problem.
Did you know that most LoadRunner Professional licenses are only valid for a specific location? This means that (unless you’ve bought the country or worldwide usage add-on) working from home, other offices or geographic locations is prohibited and doing so could incur financial penalties.
Software test professionals like us are under constant pressure to get more done in less time. These three software testing steps will make your life easier, help you achieve your goals, and allow you to focus on your own progression.
Many companies still rely on manual software testing – and I struggle to understand why. I explore some reasons (excuses?) why I think many companies still rely on laborious manual testing and are reluctant to switch to automation.
in 2023 we produced 50+ testing insights to help software professionals test better than ever before and consider testing from a different perspective – today we look back at the 3 most popular of these insights.
It was December 23rd at the North Pole, and Santa’s software team were enjoying their Christmas go-live party. They’d pushed the new CRM (Christmas Resource Management) system over the line just in time, and they were very pleased with themselves about it. Everyone apart from Rudolph, the tester.