The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to be one of the fastest growing and most diverse technology sectors in the world with solutions including connected cars, smart electricity metering, smart homes, factory automation, and more.
But how do enterprises deploying IoT solutions ensure reliability, resiliency, scalability, and performance of these complex, multi-vendor solutions? Without proper performance, an IoT solution – many of which monitor mission critical enterprise assets like electricity power plants, factory assembly lines, and oil wells – could lead to major loss of revenue, life, and wellfare.
In this webinar, learn about the top 5 IoT performance tests conducted by enterprises.
Webinar attendees will learn:
- Why are enterprises conducting IoT performance testing?
- What makes IoT performance testing different from website or traditional application performance testing?
- What types of performance and scalability tests are these enterprises conducting?
- What tooling do enterprises need to successfully test an end-to-end IoT technology stack?
Steve Hilton – President, MachNation, Inc.
Steve Hilton is a co-founder and President at MachNation, the leading benchmarking and testing firm for Internet of Things (IoT) middleware and platforms. His primary areas of expertise include competitive positioning, marketing media development, cloud services, small and medium businesses, and sales channels. Steve has 26 years’ experience in the technology and communications industry. Prior to founding MachNation, he built and ran the IoT/M2M and Enterprise practice areas at Analysys Mason. He has also held senior positions at Yankee Group, Lucent Technologies, TDS (Telephone and Data Systems), and Cambridge Strategic Management Group. Steve is a frequent speaker at industry and client events, and publishes articles and blogs in several respected trade journals. He holds a degree in economics from the University of Chicago and a Master’s degree in marketing from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.