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    • Performance Testing “ Somebody that I used to know - GotyeTuesday, 19 February 13
    • 10,000 hour rule “The key to success in any field is, to a large extent, a matter of practicing a specific task for a total of around 10,000 hours.Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • My ‘time on the mainframe’ about 34 projects multiplied by 3 months each by 20 days per month by 8 hours per day at 20% efficiency equals ...Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • Knowledge vs. Time K How much you think you know How much you actually know tTuesday, 19 February 13 3,264 hours
    • 20% Efficiency?Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • Mostly Effective Most performance test efforts are effective ... “Testing was completed” “NFRs were met” “We survived go-live”Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • Rarely Efficient Performance test efforts are rarely efficient ...Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • Lossiness (lossy) characterized by or caused by dissipation of energy.Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • Tools “We waste a LOT of energy on tools and people to execute the performance test effort. 1,000 VU license = enough to feed a villageTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Why so Much? Tools are driving the process! We are suffering from market distortion ...http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_T3Gqqkz9Mm0/TFEoMfpM6-I/AAAAAAAAB0o/8RslwtCum-4/s1600/tail.jpgTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Perfect Competition “Describes markets such that no participants are large enough to have the market power to set the price of a homogeneous product.http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_T3Gqqkz9Mm0/TFEoMfpM6-I/AAAAAAAAB0o/8RslwtCum-4/s1600/tail.jpgTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Imperfectly Competitive At first there were few sellers and now there are many sellers with highly differentiated products ...Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • At first there were fewTuesday, 19 February 13
    • And now there are manyTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Selenium vs. QTPTuesday, 19 February 13
    • JMeter vs. LoadRunnerTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Cloud Impact? Force MultiplierTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Biggest Drivers for Tools Are costs, open and ext endable languages, integration with popular test frameworks and continuous delivery and or deployment, access to high level APIs, cross platform and ease of use.Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • How to select the right tool? Effective & Efficient Almost as important as the job itself.Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • Think about the price and cost effectivenessTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Think about the supportTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Think about the integration Everything from source control, monitoring, communications, alerting, deployment and beyond.Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • Think about the protocol HTTP 1999 XHR 2008 WebSocket 2011Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • Environments We spend a LOT of time waiting for test environments to be provisioned, patched, restarted or deployed. environments {start|stop|restart}Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • Increased Burn Rate The rate at which hours (allocated to a project) are being used ...Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • Increased Complexity Solving for simultaneous equationsTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Analysis Paralysis “Are we writing scripts to launch a space shuttle?http://www.flickr.com/photos/gsfc/6385412737/Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • Extinct by InstinctTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Trending Now “Let’s be *more* agile and promote an iterative cycle that emphasizes working products over product specifications ...Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • In the FutureTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Future is NowTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Fire Fighting in ProductionTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Replicating in StageTuesday, 19 February 13
    • A DSL for Test PlansTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Scaled out in 5 minutesTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Results Shared in Real TimeTuesday, 19 February 13
    • Short & Sharp TestsTuesday, 19 February 13
    • In 2013 “We have significantly reduced performance test costs and increased efficiency of performance test efforts.Tuesday, 19 February 13
    • Questions? contact: Tim Koopmans locate: Melbourne, Australia email: tim@altentee.com blog: altentee.com follow: @90kts GridinitTuesday, 19 February 13