Our transition to Ember 1.13

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With this post we want to share the changes we made to migrate to the latest version of Ember.js: Ember 1.13. Although most of the issues are called out (via the Ember Inspector browser extension) by the deprecation system and clearly detailed in the respective transition guides, this information may be of interest to other … Read more

Software-Driven Economy Drives DevOps

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  “Today, success depends on increased agility and time-to-market, better customer service, and a better overall customer experience,” says Jacqueline Gold of Oxford Economics. This article from DevOps.com talks about the importance of software to companies across every vertical and links to an interesting study by Oxford Economics. Read More

6 Essential Skills for Today’s Performance Engineer

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Photo Courtesy of StockSnap.io Generating performance metrics is something that can be done relatively quickly and easily for many applications today. There’s myriad commercial products that attack this problem from different perspectives. Regardless of how you generate test data and metrics, the same problem exists at test conclusion, “what now”? Today’s performance engineer is faced … Read more

Load Testing for Drupal and CiviCRM with Load Impact

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This blog post by Hans Idink was originally posted on Orgis.com. Orgis is a Netherlands-based company full of masterful developers and designers who create knowledge management systems, design websites, offer project analysis and much more. Every big drupal site needs load testing before going live. These are the key questions you should have answered in … Read more