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How does DiveCloud create load accurately and realistically: A look at all the features offered to help you test smart

Posted by Paola Rossaro on Jun 25, 2015 10:51:00 AM

Second in a series on how to effectively use Nouvola DiveCloud

Earlier this year, we offered some tips on the best way to calculate concurrent users when using Nouvola DiveCloud, and touched on the importance of load tests to let you know how much traffic your software can handle. 

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Topics: Product, FAQ

DevOps is here to stay: How can we help the DevOps culture succeed? 

Posted by Paola Rossaro on May 1, 2015 11:17:52 AM

Or, Why friends don’t let friends build data centers 

Five months ago I wrote about the growing consensus that DevOps is a leading trend that will disrupt IT. That view was confirmed this week at the ICEE3 Conference in Seattle, where several tech giants from AWS and MS to Google and HP spoke about the importance of providing continuous value to customers as more and more business moved to the Cloud, and the dramatic changes that are resulting.

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Topics: Technology, DevOps

Milk and cookies, peanut butter and jelly, chips and salsa: Why synthetic testing and real user monitoring go well together

Posted by Paola Rossaro on Mar 6, 2015 10:45:39 AM

Performance testing is not just a box to be checked. It is not something you can do once and forget about. Today there are multiple options for testing web performance, many which fall broadly into the synthetic testing and the RUM, or real user monitoring categories. If you want to thoroughly test for performance you should do both.

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Larry Page was right: Why performance testing is Product Feature #1

Posted by Paola Rossaro on Jan 14, 2015 9:52:00 AM

Here at Nouvola we’re big believers in testing. Our company was based on the premise that businesses need to test their web applications early and often. But how do you run tests? I’ve thought about this a lot recently when I hear functional testing and performance testing described as two distinct processes. It’s almost like people think you have to choose one over the other.

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Topics: Technology

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