Performance testing for web applications: a quick guide

Posted by Corina Stratan on April 27, 2017

Today we use the web for almost everything. With continuously growing numbers of users for their web applications, developers face the issues of performance and scalability more than ever. This is also the case here at TOPdesk: while there used to be a small group of people developing performance tests, we now aim for the goal that each development team is able to write and run their own tests. To make it easier for teams who are new to this, we are collecting guidelines and documentation. Here is an introduction into performance testing with pointers for further reading.

Contents

  1. Which parts to test
  2. How to model the workload
  3. How much load to apply
  4. Where and when to run the tests

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About the author: Corina Stratan

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Google Test Automation Conference 2016 – When top players talk about Automated Testing

Posted by Tobias Spöcker on December 5, 2016

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This image perfectly pictures my first feelings about the conference, but let me go into a bit more detail first.
I signed up for the Google Testing blog more than a year ago. There I found a lot of interesting and useful reading about the world of automated testing. When I later got an email from Google informing me that there would be a conference held by them, I was not entirely sure wether I should apply. Is it relevant for me? Am I experienced enough to contribute? Well, what’s the worst that could happen? So I applied for it and did not regret it in the end.

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