Performance Testing Vs. Performance Tuning

Performance testing is often mistaken for performance tuning. The two are related, but they are certainly not the same thing. To see what these differences are, let’s look at a quick analogy.

Most governments mandate that you bring your vehicles to the workshop for an inspection once a year. This is to ensure that your car meets the minimum safety standards that have been set to ensure it is safe for road use.

A website performance test can be likened to a yearly inspection — It ensures that your website isn’t performing terribly and should perform reasonably well under most circumstances.

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Fast Track Continuous Integration Efforts Today

Development teams and pretty much everyone else in IT is aware of Continuous Integration (CI). This is really where the journey to Continuous Delivery and a full-blown DevOps organization begin.

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5 Ways to Better Leverage a DevOps Mindset in Your Organization

The last few years have given rise to the "DevOps" methodology within many organizations both large and small. While definitions vary somewhat, it boils down to this: breaking down silos between developers and operations.

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Write Scalable Code - use Jenkins to Automate your Load Testing

Starting today, we're accepting applications for early access to our new Load Impact Continuous Delivery service, which for the first time allows developers of websites, apps and APIs to make performance testing an integrated part of their continuous delivery process.

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