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Thursday, October 16, 2014 - 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Mobile Testing

Ensuring the Performance of Mobile Apps—on Every Device and Network

Applications today are accessed over myriad network configurations—wired, wireless, and mobile networks. Deployed applications may deliver different content and functionality depending on whether the user is accessing it via a browser, smartphone, or tablet. Steve Weisfeldt explains how these combinations significantly impact the performance of applications, creating a previously unseen set of testing challenges. A crucial part of the load testing process is being able to emulate network constraints, change connection speeds, and control parameters such as packet loss and network latency to test in the most realistic scenarios. Learn the ramifications of these new technologies and constraints on testing for mobile application performance. Join Steve in discussing approaches and considerations to ensure that high application performance is delivered to all end-users—all the time—regardless of device or network.

Steve Weisfeldt, Neotys

Steve Weisfeldt is a senior performance engineer at Neotys, a provider of load testing software for web applications. In the load and performance testing world since 1999, Steve’s expertise lies in enabling organizations to optimize their ability to develop, test, and launch high-quality applications efficiently, on time, and within budget. Prior to Neotys, Steve was president of Engine 1 Consulting, a services firm specializing in all facets of test automation.

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