Application Performance Testing: From Conception to Gravestone

Performance testing of software systems is discussed frequently as an episodic activity that is accomplished once per production release as the final step in the development process for a given application. This is roughly equivalent to discussing a person’s life as existing only between entering high school and completing university. While this is certainly a particularly interesting period during many people’s lives, most folks would be sad to imagine that this is the only part of their lives that mattered enough to discuss or to be remembered when they are gone. The same can be said about performance testing.
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