Register now to join Vivit for a free hands-on LoadRunner testing and network virtualisation workshop in London on November 18th.
Join Vivit and HP for our free workshop in London on November 18th and learn to how to mimic real mobile user behaviour with demonstrations as well as the opportunity for hands on experience of LoadRunner in the Cloud (LRITC) and HP Network Virtualisation. With experts in both cloud performance testing and network virtualisation fields on hand, this practical workshop will provide valuable insights into these testing specialisations.
This event is a great opportunity to improve your skills as well as discuss this important area of testing with your peers and other Vivit members. After the session, refreshments will be provided allowing you the opportunity to recap on the event and talk to the facilitators.
Keep your customers satisfied
With the number of users of mobile applications growing rapidly, mobile application performance is becoming even more important. Mobile users won’t tolerate poor application performance. Research shows that first impressions count and user attrition rates are particularly high for mobile apps.
Tammy Everts, Mobile Web Stress: Understanding the Neurological Impact of Poor Performance
|12:00 || Registration and buffet lunch provided by HP|
|12:45|| Introduction to cloud-based performance testing (Trust IV)|
|13:15|| LoadRunner in the Cloud (LRITC) demo |
|13:45|| LRITC hands-on session|
|14:15|| Coffee break / Post-it wall|
|14:30|| Introduction to HP Network Virtualization|
|15:00|| HP Network Virtualization demonstration|
|15:30|| Wrap-up session, final Q&A|
|16:00|| Refreshments |
Richard Bishop, Vivit UK Chapter Leader, Head of Service Delivery/ Development Trust IV Ltd
Gordon Appleby, Technical Director, Trust IV Ltd
Matthew Brady, Network Virtualisation Pre-Sales, HP EMEA
Detailed instructions and an agenda for the afternoon will be provided by email once your place is confirmed.
Space is limited, for the best chance of a place at this event, register now.