A Journey of Transformation to an Agile-Based Performance Testing Model
Waterfall project development used to result in an overly expensive and drawn-out testing process, eating up valuable project schedule days. As project management transformed to product management, testing took a different approach to meet the demanding needs of product owners and keep up with the speed of agile. Theron Melrose's team recently lived this transition, starting from a centralized approach that performance tested every change and every deployment and caused 10- or 12-week performance testing cycles, and ending with a transformation. Join him to hear how a risk-based approach and a shift in ownership leads to less expensive, quicker, and more targeted testing that satisfies development teams’ needs to test smarter and meet agile timelines. This new approach addresses performance testing but could work for functional testing as well. You will learn how it can result in more satisfied product teams, help meet the demands of agile timelines, and reduce the testing footprint in your organization.