How to make your user experience / SLA awake: active and passive monitoring combined Service Level Management is fundamental to ensure service quality at both the technical and business level. In order to be effective, not only internal services but also third party ones (ex. ads) need to be monitored. SLA monitoring should be carried […]
Stefano Doni and I are first timers at the O’Reilly Velocity Conference 2012. Scheduled sessions sound very interesting and we were very curious to attend our first day.
Ready for the third and last day at Velocity Conference, starting with a very interesting keynote: how Facebook approaches optimization in datacenter consumption.
While day 1 was dedicated to workshop sessions, day 2 starts with the keynote speeches, followed by different talks, grouped by four main performance-related topics.
While we attended several events in the past as partners of HP, it’s our first time attending this O’Reilly conference.
When designing virtual users to be run during load test activities, there are some points to be taken in account to collect realistic and reliable performance measurements:
Capacity Managers suffer from a common pain: Capacity Planning reports that are rich in information but that nobody is able to understand. We share a few key factors that make a Capacity Planning report (a Capacity Plan) effective.
Recently Google has announced (on its webmaster blog) that its PageRank algorithm would include “page load time” to rank search results. Here’s our take on it.