Date: Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Time: 11:50 AM - 12:35 PM PT
Speaker: Michael Czeiszperger, Founder, Web Performance, Inc.
Since 1999 Web Performance Load Tester™ has been used by the biggest names
in retail, government, education, sports and politics to bullet-proof their websites against increasingly larger volumes of traffic. Take advantage of our more than a decade of experience to quickly find the solutions to your performance problems.
Load Tester™ has hundreds of features born from the hands-on experience of testing actual websites, but it all starts by automatically detecting and configuring the test cases for most situations. The automated record and configuration process
means no complicated hand-coding, and no scripting languages to learn. And no reverse-engineering and hand-programming code for complicated dynamic and state variables. All of which leaves you with more time to write new code. Configuring user input such as login credentials, search terms, and other user-entered fields is as easy as clicking on the field
; no coding required.
And what good is a web stress test if it generates hundreds of pages of charts and tables that are difficult to analyze? That's why our user capacity analysis
clearly measures your site's capacity based on either simple performance goals or complicated Service Level Agreements (SLA). Wether you use the default performance goals, or complicated page-level rules, the user capacity overview helps you quickly and easily see how many users your site can handle.
About Michael Czeiszperger
After receiving his B. S. in Electrical Engineering from the Ohio State University, Michael Czeiszperger established a career as a software engineer at companies such as Yamaha and Sun Microsystems. In 1999, he founded Web Performance to fill a need for website load testing, and has been in the testing space ever since.