16th Software Performance Meetup @ Google

Before you leave for your well-deserved summer vacation we would like to announce our next meetup – it will take place after the holidays on Tuesday, September 18th, 2018 and will be hosted by Google!

The first speaker will be Doug Sillars – an expert in mobile and app performance, who will talk about how to ensure the performance of mobile apps (he already wrote a book about it – http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920035053.do). The second speakers will be Reinhard Brandstädter (SAP Hybris) and Torsten Hellwig (360performance) who will talk about performance monitoring in a multi-tenant cloud environment:

Performance of Mobile Apps (Doug Sillars)

Mobile apps and websites are now the predominant ways that users interact with brands. Research has shown that slow sites and apps lose customer engagement. Despite this, most mobile sites and apps have performance issues that can be easily resolved once diagnosed. I’ll walk through steps to diagnose network performance bottlenecks in mobile services. We’ll discuss real world examples, and how they were resolved. Attendees will leave this talk armed with the tools to test, diagnose and resolve the top network performance issues that affect mobile today.

Performance Monitoring in a Multi-Tenant Cloud Environment (Reinhard Brandstädter – SAP Hybris, Torsten Hellwig – 360performance)

In this talk we will present how SAP Hybris (now: SAP Customer Experience) monitors software performance in a multi-tenant cloud environment. We will cover the monitoring challenges that arise with multi-tenancy and how we handled them in the SAP Hybris software-as-a-service offering.

You can register for the event here. We are looking forward to meeting you there!

By |2018-08-03T20:51:35+00:00August 7th, 2018|

About the Author:

Andreas is founder of RETIT GmbH. His work focusses on performance evaluations of enterprise applications using performance modeling techniques. Andreas gained more than 10 years experience in the field of software performance engineering in his various roles at IBM and while leading a research group focused on software performance at an institute of the Technical University of Munich (TUM).


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