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The Agile approach is emerging as the preferred route to performance engineering by organizations keen on minimizing the risk of product failures and succeeding in the marketplace. ...

The Agile approach is emerging as the preferred route to performance engineering by organizations keen on minimizing the risk of product failures and succeeding in the marketplace.

This technical article emphasizes on Agile performance engineering, agile performance management approach and Agile methodology for executing the performance engineering processes.

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  • Taking the Agile approach to performance engineering<br />Organizations are deploying the Agile performance engineering approach to ensure zero performance defects, always available, and deliver high quality software products.<br />In order to sustain growth momentum, draw new customers and retain existing ones, 21st century organizations need robust IT infrastructure, and software applications which are available 24x7x365 and can drive business. Such high reliability, availability, performance, and optimum response times can only become a reality when software products and applications are thoroughly tested before use. <br />The growing complexity and sophistication of software is also creating applications performance problems for companies. Forrester Research studies show that around 85 percent of organizations with revenues in excess of USD 1 billion reported glitches in applications performance. Performance engineering is therefore the need of the hour. <br />Performance engineering in fact, has become a major capability and discipline being offered by service providers. It can be applied and integrated into every phase of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), ensuring that the software is designed, implemented, and operationally supported to meet its non-functional performance requirements and is responsive and scalable.<br />Traditionally, performance engineering was conducted at the end of the development lifecycle just before the product went live, as companies were not keen to invest in the environment or tools for performance engineering. What organizations didn’t realize was the fact that discovering problems—particularly design and architectural flaws—in the software, at the end of the product cycle, would lead to higher costs in fixing these problems.<br />To overcome the problems associated with the traditional approach, Impetus Technologies has come up with the Agile methodology for executing the performance engineering process. In this case, the basic principles of Agile are used to get a quick return on investment (RoI) and maximum benefits. Agile performance engineering has major advantages over other rival options such as the Waterfall approach to performance engineering.<br />The Agile approach is an iterative and collaborative process, where performance engineers work alongside the development teams to identify the bugs and fix them faster. The approach recommended by Impetus has multiple phases that are integrated into the SDLC. <br />The proactive Agile approach can be used both when creating new applications and upgrading existing ones. The advantage of Agile-based performance engineering is its ability to meet product performance goals faster and more efficiently. By identifying the bugs in the software earlier in the development cycle, the Agile approach helps companies save costs and bring zero defect, high quality products quicker to market. <br />Using the Agile approach organizations can efficiently undertake the following activities during software development:<br />Capture their non-functional software requirements<br />Develop performance strategy<br />Identify and implement the processes to ensure performance<br />Identify and isolate performance bottlenecks<br />Fix the application and system performance issues<br />Release the product early without any doubt about its performance in the production environment. <br />The Agile approach is emerging as the preferred route to performance engineering by organizations keen on minimizing the risk of product failures and succeeding in the marketplace.<br />About ImpetusImpetus Technologies offers Product Engineering and Technology R&D services for software product development. With ongoing investments in research and application of emerging technology areas, innovative business models, and an agile approach, we partner with our client base comprising large scale ISVs and technology innovators to deliver cutting-edge software products. Our expertise spans the domains of Data Analytics, Large Data Management, SaaS, Cloud Computing, Mobility Solutions, Testing, Performance Engineering, and Social Media among others.Impetus Technologies Inc.5300 Stevens Creek Boulevard, Suite 450, San Jose, CA 95129, USATel: 408.252.7111 | Email: inquiry@impetus.com Regional Development Centers - INDIA: • New Delhi • Indore • Hyderabad To know more visit: http://www.impetus.com DisclaimersThe information contained in this document is the proprietary and exclusive property of Impetus Technologies Inc. except as otherwise indicated. No part of this document, in whole or in part, may be reproduced, stored, transmitted, or used for design purposes without the prior written permission of Impetus Technologies Inc.The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.<br />