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Vivit Worldwide Champion Launches Book; Get Yours Free For First 30-Days with HPE Sponsorship, Now!

Posted By Todd DeCapua, Monday, June 27, 2016

In a recent survey, 70% of respondents said “There is an increasing need for Performance Engineering.”

The business reasons cited for this significantly increased need are: Increasing Revenue, Grow Competitive Advantage, Customer Retention and Acquisition, Employee and End User Satisfaction.

In addition, technology was also noted as a major reason for the increased need, given the expansive and accelerating capabilities which organization are looking to leverage, including: Internet of Things, Mobile, Cloud, Agile, DevOps and more…all having the need for Performance Engineering.

At HPE Discover 2016 Las Vegas on 6 June 2016 a book was released by O’Reilly titled, “Effective Performance Engineering.” This was authored by Todd DeCapua [Vivit Worldwide Performance Engineering Special Interest Group Champion] and Shane Evans [HPE Product Manager].

To learn more about these proven practices that deliver results, check out the O’Reilly book just released titled “Effective Performance Engineering” now. With HPE’s sponsorship, for the first 30-days you can get a free downloaded PDF of the book. Go to http://www.EffectivePerformanceEngineering.com to get your and learn about how you could leverage these capabilities in your organization.

As a unique feature on Page 111, Todd and Shane want you to post your notes and share with the community, enabling you to share what you found most helpful and see the same from others.

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