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Falling beneath the umbrella of performance testing, both load and stress testing play an important role in assessing the availability and performance of your web or mobile applications under expected and extreme load. While the terms "stress testing" and "load testing" may be used interchangeably within a testing team or organization, the two differ when it comes to their definitions and purpose. Stress Testing vs. Load Testing Load Testing: A performance-related testing process that places simulated demand on software, web or mobile applications in order to measure responses and systems' behavior under both normal and anticipated peak load conditions. Its purpose: Providing insight into your application and system's behavior under expected load conditions. Stress Testing: A testing process designed to push an application's environment to its breaking point so that Q... (more)

Continuous Performance Validation | @DevOpsSummit #DevOps #ContinuousDelivery

If you've been following along with the happenings here at Neotys, you know that we've recently pioneered Continuous Performance Validation (CPV), a process that enables teams to produce faster applications, deliver new features and enhancements in less time and simplify interactions across Dev, QA, Ops and business stakeholders. Whenever a company presents a new concept to the industry, you might be inclined to only think of it as the next batch of marketing mumbo jumbo designed to sell you software you don't need. While it's wise to remain skeptical of burgeoning initiatives, ... (more)

How to Ensure Your Testing Team and Website Perform Like Joe Montana | @DevOpsSummit #DevOps

How to Ensure Your Testing Team and Website Perform Like Joe Montana, Not Scott Norwood Super Bowl 50 is upon us and while millions tune in for the faceoff between the Broncos and Panthers this Sunday, software testers will hold their breaths as these same fans flock to promoted web and mobile applications in droves. To the players, Super Bowl Sunday presents two paths: one to glory and one to crushing disappointment. Obviously, vying for victory is a team effort. But sometimes, just sometimes, the difference between winning and losing falls to one individual. With the biggest ... (more)

The Ultimate Mobile Performance Testing Checklist | @DevOpsSummit #DevOps

To conduct complete mobile performance testing, a process that will allow you to consistently deliver an exceptional application experience to mobile users, make sure you hit every point on our ultimate mobile performance testing checklist. By now, hopefully you're well aware of the importance of mobile performance testing. It's essential for your organization to test for mobile users whether or not you have a dedicated mobile application. In case you aren't aware of its necessity, here are a couple statistics to cement the idea: 29% of smartphone users will immediately switch to... (more)

Performance Testers: Prepare for the Internet of Things | @ThingsExpo #IoT

The Internet has obviously had a huge impact on society to the point where it's hard to remember what life was like before it was around. But here's a thought: we're in for an even bigger transformation. It's called the Internet of Things, and it's coming quickly. ABI Research predicts there will be 40.9 billion active wireless connected devices by the year 2020. Likewise, IHS Automotive forecasts 152 million cars will be connected to the Internet by the same year. Within the next decade, we are going to see everything from power plants to transportation systems to factories to ... (more)