Five steps to user centric performance testing

The software world has undergone a revolution during the last decade as a result of the Cloud, consumerization, DevOps, IoT and micro-services architectures to name a few. Consequently, digital teams are struggling to deliver high-quality digital experiences that delight users in a way that is fast and efficient.

These changes have broken the established assumptions and foundations around traditional testing approaches and outlined that a new approach to testing; and most critically test automation; is needed in order to thrive in a digital world.

“The performance of a product is the most important factor influencing user experience. If you don’t get it right it will negatively impact user adoption, conversion, retention and ultimately revenue generation. Put simply, performance is user experience,” commented TestPlant CTO Antony Edwards.

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Jay Branscomb