Testing Under Anticipated Load

Welcome to the seventh installment of our eight-part webinar series about “The Seven Fundamentals of Mission-Critical Service Testing.” We know, the numbering is a little confusing, but it’s because we had an introductory part not part of the regular chapters. In this series, Robert Schneider, from our training-partner WiseClouds, goes through what you should be thinking about if you’re testing mission-critical services. Even if your services aren't necessarily mission-critical, you should probably be following these guidelines.

In the last installment, Robert leveraged best practices in the field and experience he has gained from his years in the industry to explain how to make sure you’re fully tracking your testing results and why it’s important. In this seventh installment of the webinar series we’ll go through how you go about testing the service under anticipated load.

In the next, final, installment of this webinar series Robert will go through how to make sure you govern your services, and why this is key to mission-critical service testing.


About the presenter:

Robert Schneider is a senior consultant for WiseClouds, a SmartBear partner who offers training in using SoapUI. He has provided distributed computing, database optimization, and other technical expertise to a wide variety of enterprises in the financial, technology, and government sectors.


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