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- What effect do elements like Business Processes and External Systems have on carrying out fruitful performance testing?
- Can aspects like Cache Hits or Test Script Verification have an impact on successful testing?

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  • 1. <br /> <br />Strategic Elements for Successful Performance Testing<br />
    • What effect do elements like Business Processes and External Systems have on carrying out fruitful performance testing?
    • 2. Can aspects like Cache Hits or Test Script Verification have an impact on successful testing?
    Identifying strategic elements is very necessary for carrying out an effective and efficient performance testing!<br />Performance-testing, if done right, can help- <br />Forecast potential performance failures and enhance system performance <br />Reduce implementation risk and improve overall cost effectiveness<br />Impetus is hosting a free informative webinar on Strategic Elements for Successful Performance Testing.<br />Date: Feb 25, 2011 (10 am PT / 1 pm ET)<br />Duration: 30 min<br />Intended Audience: CTOs and Decision Makers, QA- Director, Manger, Lead, Product Managers<br />Registrations open at: http://bit.ly/eOkZyt<br />