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#NeotysPAC - Introducing Keptn 0.8: Automated Distributed Performance and Resiliency Testing, by Andreas Grabner

The CNCF open-source project Keptn is currently helping hundreds of performance, DevOps, SRE, and automation engineers with flexible automation around performance & resiliency engineering as well as delivery (DevOps) and operational (SRE) automation. By providing automation with 90% less automation code, Keptn enables users to bring more automation into more projects.

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#NeotysPAC - Do performance competence centers still rock? By Arthur Luimes

Many of us work for prolonged periods at departments where the performance engineers group together to share their knowledge. These departments have a variety of names: performance competence centers, performance center of expertise, load and performance testing center, or even (God forbid) load testing factory.

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The NeoLoad Story Starts a New Chapter

Neotys is joining Tricentis! The leader in automated continuous testing now has the leader in automated continuous performance testing in its portfolio. Rarely is it so obvious that there’s such a perfectly snug fit between two companies. Neotys and Tricentis have had a strong partnership for many years, and we keep hearing from our customers that our offerings dovetail so seamlessly that this alliance should go further.

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Neotys Announces NeoLoad 7.8

With NeoLoad 7.8 now you can edit test scenarios directly from the NeoLoad Web Platform and visualize on your dashboards real-time metrics captured throughout the test from dynamic Microsoft and Prometheus monitors. And sharing results is even easier with one-click export of any dashboard as a PDF. The highlights in a nutshell: Capture real-time metrics from dynamic Microsoft and Prometheus monitors.

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#NeotysPAC - Should performance testing grow fur or feathers to be saved from extinction? by Alexander Podelko

At the 2020 virtual PAC I discussed “Should performance testing grow fur or feathers to be saved from extinction?” — you may check the video and slides for more details and interesting historical facts. Basically it was about the past, present and future of performance engineering. Here I will try to summarize it in a more streamlined way. I believe that we see two major industry paradigm shifts: one, more platform/infrastructure-oriented; another, more process-oriented.

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#NeotysPAC - Continuous Performance Engineering: Automating Feedback from Ops to Dev and Test, by Alan Gordon

I was delighted to be invited to speak at my first Virtual PAC conference – after speaking at the live event in 2019 and also joining a few of the online meetups this year, this was my chance to complete the set! My talk this year was about one of those areas of performance testing that has always bugged me – the test scenario design. In this article I first explain my reasons for this and then describe the framework with which we automated some parts around this process.

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#NeotysPAC - Performance Testing On The Unit Level by Joey Hendricks

A huge shoutout and thank you to Neotys for organizing this amazing event! I believe that the PAC is one of the best platforms for performance engineers to share their expertise and insights. It was the very first time I presented a topic on an event of this scale, which was an immensely exciting experience.