Nouvola today announced that it has become an Advanced Technology Partner in the AWS Partner Network (APN). The Advanced designation is the highest level an APN Technology Partner can achieve, and it underscores Nouvola's ongoing commitment to serving AWS customers by providing proactive performance and load testing for their web, mobile, and API applications.
Software testing is a very complex exercise, and a lot depends on the specific situation and on the application being tested. It’s an art more than a science, and usually comprises of a variety of areas, including functional testing, compatibility testing, performance testing, regression testing, unit testing, etc.
But in general, there are high level assessments you can do to see whether your testing tool is holding you back rather than propelling you forward. The following are a few tell-tale warning signs that it’s time to start evaluating other testing solutions.
Did you know that 52% of the Fortune 500 companies have disappeared in the past 15 years? Why? Life expectancy for the enterprise is getting shorter. In 1955 the average life expectancy was 75 years. In 2015 is 15 years. Why these changes? Because the world has evolved and transformation happens at a much faster speed than 50 years ago or even 20 years ago. And if enterprises don’t adapt, they simply vanish.
What is really impactful to the user experience is the transaction time.
Velocity NY is coming up on Sept 19-21! The theme for this year Velocity conference in NY is "Building Resilient Systems at Scale". Since 2008, Velocity has brought together talented people from diverse backgrounds who are doing amazing things in web performance, web ops, and DevOps.
This year, Nouvola is excited to have a booth at the conference, network with attendees and add knowledge on how to achieve fast, reliable and scalable software. Still on the fence about attending Velocity? Here are our top 3 reasons on why every DevOps and webperf enthusiast should attend Velocity and visit the Nouvola booth.
Join Nouvola, AWS, Microsoft, Google, HPE, VMWare and Chef at the (IC3) Sep 27 in Seattle. Now in its 3rd year, IC3 continues to be the place to learn how DevOps and cloud computing have changed enterprise IT for developers, IT managers and their organizations. IC3 is for enterprise IT executives, software developers and their staffs who want to accelerate adoption of cloud and DevOps.
One of my favorite events in the tech industry is the O’Reilly-organized Velocity Conference in Santa Clara. Covering all things Web Perf and DevOps, Velocity is definitely a must-attend event for all serious web performance professionals.
It was great to be there with the Nouvola team, we were really excited to have a booth and to showcase our newest technology, client performance testing. With client performance testing, one has the ability to test real browser experiences and gather browser performance metrics on a global scale, as well as emulate different network conditions. Our client performance testing offering is a great complement to our best-of-breed mobile, web and API performance testing, and we are extremely excited about the incredibly positive feedback we received.
The tech world is changing at lightspeed and everybody is wondering what will matter most in 2016 in tech. In this post, Nouvola CEO Paola Moretto shares her views on some of the key trends to watch for in web performance, DevOps, performance testing solutions and IoT this year.
Change your mindset to change to DevOps
The IC3 conference is always a good opportunity to keep up with the latest in the IT and DevOps world. This year’s Fall event was set in San Jose, in the heart of the Silicon Valley, and attracted a great crowd eager to learn more about cloud solutions, and also to share tips and stories.
The conference’s Executive Track focused on how to create high-performing teams, and on the role of IT and DevOps.
“High-performing IT” (and how to get there) was also the title and the topic of the panel moderated by Bernard Golden, a true expert in cloud computing. I had the privilege of joining him, alongside Asya Kamsky (MongoDB), Mallika Iyer (Pivotal), and Thomas Goepel (HP). The following is a recap of some of the key points and takeaways from our discussion.
This year REI announced to the world that it would keep its 143 retail locations closed on Black Friday (and Thanksgiving day). Similarly, a growing number of stores, including Marshalls, Crate and Barrel, and many more are committing to remain closed on Thanksgiving day at a minimum.
And while REI, for one, has oriented its #OptOutside campaign as an invitation to reconnect with family and friends by getting out of doors together, there is also another underlying reality: the fact is, the vast majority of shoppers who want to shop on Thanksgiving or even Black Friday can do so online. As REI.com puts it, “The outdoors, and the website, are always open” (emphasis mine).
Black Friday is the new Cyber Monday. Or rather, welcome to Cyber Friday.