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The Art of Application Performance Testing

Posted in Software testing,Software testing book by testing in London on October 10, 2009

From Reuters

“The Art of Application Performance Testing” by Ian Molyneaux provides a step-by-step approach to testing mission-critical applications for scalability and performance before they’re deployed.

The book has been nominated for the Automated Testing Institute Honors 2009 in the category of Best Automated Testing Book. The Automated Testing Institute operates based on the belief that more must be done to help software test automation reach and operate within its full potential.

Highlights / Key Features:

  • First primer published that focuses on how to go about application performance testing.
  • Provides help for the beginner and seasoned application performance tester.
  • Provides best practices to help developers and testers plan, gain approval for, coordinate and conduct performance tests on all applications.

3 Responses to 'The Art of Application Performance Testing'

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  1. Andrew Lee said,

    You can find a review of the book at http://dobbscodetalk.com/index.php?option=com_myblog&show=The-Art-of-Performance-Testing-Book-Review.html&Itemid=29

  2. Rajiv Walia said,

    Nice Article

  3. Cathern said,

    Do you need unlimited content for your blog ?
    I am sure you spend a lot of time posting articles, but you can save it for other tasks, just type in google: kelombur’s favorite tool


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