Best Practices for Identifying Web Performance Issues Before Your Customers Do- A Gomez/Dollar Thrifty Web Performance Testing Case Study
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Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group, Inc. (DTG) customers are increasingly choosing the Internet as the primary way to rent vehicles from the Dollar Rent A Car and Thrifty Car Rental Web sites. Recently ...
Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group, Inc. (DTG) customers are increasingly choosing the Internet as the primary way to rent vehicles from the Dollar Rent A Car and Thrifty Car Rental Web sites. Recently DTG undertook a significant redesign initiative for its two Web sites to optimize customer experience ahead of its busiest summer travel season and used Gomez’s web load and performance testing solution to validate their efforts. Attendees of this hands-on Webinar will see a Gomez Reality Load product demonstration and learn about the steps DTG took to validate peak performance for all internal and external components including Content Delivery Networks (CDNs), ads, analytics and ecommerce platforms, delivered across the Internet to its customers’ browsers. This Webinar will cover:
•How Dollar Thrifty geared up for their peak summer season.
•How a new style of load testing enables organizations to “walk in their customer’s shoes” and find problems before end-users find them.
•Best practices for identifying and resolving Web performance issues across the entire Web application delivery chain, inside and outside the firewall.
•Testing approaches that don’t require costly hardware or software investments.
•How to uncover geographical response time discrepancies that may surface under load.
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