Videos provided by Velocity Conference, New York 2014 via O'Reilly YouTube Channel.
Modern Application performance isn’t just about the front-end, but the optimization of the front-end and collective services, applications and network that make up the “backend”. Developing one without the others is a sure fire way to fail, and users today won’t always wait for version 2.0 to perform better. In this session, we’ll talk about methods for developing, testing and optimizing application performance from end-to-end when many of the components that contribute to poor performance are outside of our control.
This keynote is sponsored by HP
About Shane Evans (Hewlett-Packard):
Shane Evans is a career performance engineer, ScrumMaster, and current product manager for the industry-leading HP LoadRunner performance testing tool. With twelve years of hands-on experience in Enterprise IT, ranging from technical support and quality assurance to performance management and engineering, Shane has helped build CoEs and deliver high-performing business applications. Since joining HP in 2009, he has helped hundreds of customers worldwide meet their application performance objectives. Shane is an advocate for education and mentoring over tools and process. He moved from Vancouver, BC, Canada, to California in 2012—and does not miss the rain.