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University of Waterloo

200 University Ave W

Room DC1302

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1

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Shift-Left & Shift-Right Performance Testing for Superior End-User Satisfaction

These days, end-user satisfaction is the most important factor for both traditional and digital business. End-user satisfaction can be provided with enhanced features quickly and with improved performance. This will not only satisfy them but also convince them to remain loyal and influence others. Though an application’s speed, scalability, stability and availability are not the only parameters for superior end user satisfaction, they are the most important factors.

In a shift-left performance testing approach, testing is moved to the left in the software development life cycle. Instead of doing performance testing at the pre-production stage just before release, performance testing needs to be started at early stages of SDLC. This will assist project team to avoid big losses and reduce overall cost.

In a shift-right performance testing approach, testing is moved to the right. This is done in production for E2E real user experience in terms of performance - speed, scalability, stability, availability, fail-over by controlled experiments and with continuous monitoring. This is like late testing but it is very powerful for end-user satisfaction.

Proactive shift-left and shift-right performance testing ensure superior end-user satisfaction by providing enhanced features at a faster rate with excellent performance. This talk will assist us to know the value that shift-left & shift-right performance testing can bring, why both of them are required for superior end-user satisfaction, and what are the things that we need to remember while making it as an ongoing process for enduring in market.

Arun Kumar Dutta's Bio

Arun earned a degree in Computer science from Jalpaiguri Govt. Engineering College, West Bengal, India in 2005 (college topper). He hails from Kolkata, India and is currently living in Webster, NY, USA. He is having 12 years of managing E2E performance testing delivery experience in different types of applications- Citrix, Oracle Apps, Siebel, SAP, .Net, Java, Middleware, RMI Java, RTE, Web, Web Service etc. and domain expertise include Automobile, Telecom, Document Solutions, Education, Assurance, Aviation, Retail & Hospitality, Banking and Financial Services, Insurance etc. He has a keen interest in reading and writing different technical papers. He has worked across the globe as performance tester, performance test lead and now working as Performance Test Manager in ATOS Consulting- NAO.

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Doors open at approximately 11:30 am. Announcements and discussion start at approximately 11:50 am. Meeting ends at approximately 1:00 pm.

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University of Waterloo, William G. Davis Computer Research Centre, Room DC1302; For maps and directions, see https://uwaterloo.ca/about/how-find-us/maps-and-directions.

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