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Why Load Testing from the Cloud does not work
Wednesday, September 8, 2010 • 1:00 PM ET
You might think that with web applications deployed in the cloud, that load testing from the cloud provides all the testing you need. You might think that testing from the cloud can tell you if your website can handle peak traffic loads, driven by marketing campaigns, or seasonal events.
Unfortunately you may be wrong.
In the Web 2.0 world, applications are combined on the fly inside the browser, from third-party and shared services both in the cloud and from behind the firewall.
Imad Mouline, CTO of Gomez will tell you — the cloud is not the answer.
Join Imad Mouline, on Wednesday, September 8th for this provocative session around today’s highly complex, distributed Web applications and how to test them. Imad is a veteran of software architecture, research & development and an expert in Web application development, testing and performance management.
In this session, Mouline will discuss:
* The evolution architecture and structure of Web applications
* The current state of load testing approaches and how they apply to a variety of architectures
* How existing and emerging testing techniques are applied to different types of applications
* The future architecture of Web applications and what it means to the future of testing
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