Next Generation Testing World Conference 2017

19 Jun


World Conference Next Generation Testing 2017 will be happening in Bangalore on 20 – 21 July 2017, with focus on Technical Sessions featuring over 25+ Presentation exploring the depth and breadth of Software Testing. The Summit will be a key meeting place for Test Professionals and Executives from leading IT organizations globally .

Workshop Abstract

Course Description:
This course is designed to introduce Queuing Theory & its applications for evaluating the system performance during Performance Testing. This course provides a strong foundation on how to use mathematical principles to improve your performance tests & accelerate problem analysis in strategic manner.

This course will bring in a practical view of how to use operational principles of Queuing theory to engineer system performance evaluation. Though there are several sources available about the operational laws, but the engineering thought process about how to practically apply them for solving some of the key performance testing challenges is always missing. This course is an attempt to teach mathematical principles for non-mathematicians, through a simple & practical way. Hence, the course is designed carefully with many practical case studies to help Performance Testers to apply the mathematical laws to address day to day challenges in performance testing projects.

This course will serve as the foundation course on Queuing Theory for specializing in advanced areas like performance modelling or capacity sizing activities. At the end of this course, Performance Testers will understand how much mathematics is required / involved behind performance problem analysis & how to apply them in the projects.

In nutshell, this is a tool agnostic & domain agnostic course which deals with concepts & mathematical principles of Queuing Theory that can be applied for system performance evaluation during Performance Testing & for Performance Modelling.

Course Outline:
Introduction to Queuing Theory & its Importance for Performance Testing
Operational Laws
How to practically apply & solve Performance testing challenges mathematically
How to building a simple model – Practice session
Practical Case Studies

Course Objective:
To teach queuing theory from the basics, particularly simple fundamental mathematical principles which can be applied by Performance Testers to validate the NFRs, validate performance tests, validate the workload used for performance testing, validate the bottleneck area, quantify scalability issues, etc. This course will aid in providing the fundamentals for application capacity sizing & performance modelling activities.

Target Audience:
Performance Testers, Performance Test Leads & Architects, Performance Engineers

Should have atleast 2 years of experience in web application performance testing using any commercial or Open source tools like HP LoadRunner, JMeter ,etc.
Trainer Profile
Ramya Ramalinga Moorthy

Ramya carries about 14+ years of industry wide experience in Performance Testing & Performance Engineering. She has handled performance engineering assignments for several Fortune 500 clients across wide range of business domains. She has great passion for learning & experimentation. She has held several senior leadership roles in her previous organizations (in Cognizant & Brillio) before starting her startup companies in India ( & US ( which focuses on Performance Testing & Engineering Services and Educational services. She enjoys solving technical problems for assuring the system for its performance, scalability, availability & capacity. Her key areas of interest include application capacity sizing, performance prediction analysis, performance modeling & predictive performance analytics. She runs an online academy for Performance Testers & Engineers.

She is a conference speaker & well known writer. She has published several papers, authored many articles & e-book. Her recent conferences presentations were at QAI-STC 2016, CMG India 2016 & NFTCON 2016 on topics related to statistical modelling, use of machine learning techniques for anomaly detection, performance forecasting, etc. Recently, she has won the CMG India 2016 best paper award & she is a board member in CMG India.
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