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I primarily work on Micro Focus LoadRunner (Web, Web Services, TruClient, and DevWeb protocols), Apache JMeter, Neotys NeoLoad, Dynatrace, and Splunk. You can see articles about AWS, occasionally.
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“The main reason shift left testing is not happening is product owners are not engaging the testers in the early phases of design and development. They do not give much importance to testing before the application hits production“
“Quality of a software relies on testing often and involving testers very early in the design and development life cycle. Deploy a risk management practice to identify, assess, prioritize, measure, and mitigate. Once the product goes live, listen to customer feedback for a consistent improvement”.
“I have a joke about LoadRunner, but my think time is too high”
Check out my blog articles as listed below.
Hey perf guys, I am really excited to announce that my first Udemy course – Performance Testing using TruWeb is now available. Here is the link to checkout and buy my course at a whopping discount from Udemy https://www.udemy.com/performance-testing-using-truweb Performance Testing using TruWeb Micro Focus announced its newer protocol called TruWeb in LoadRunner 12.60. TruWeb has lot of potential in…
Last week GitHub has released GitHub CLI which will improve the productivity among developers, product owners to interact with the repos and other administrator tasks. In this blog post, we will see about getting started with GitHub CLI, important commands etc. How to download GitHub CLI for Windows OS? I primarily work on Windows platform; this blog post will feature…
Today September 15 Java 15 is now available as General Availability (GA). Oracle OpenJDK 15 is available to download under GNU General Public License v2 with Class Path Exception (CPE). In this blog post, we are going to see how to install JDK 15 in Windows operating system. How to download Java 15 and validate sha256? Pay a visit to…
As a performance test engineer, I always look for trends, new tools or solutions in the performance market. Couple months ago I stumbled upon a lightweight load testing tool called Netling. I wanted to write about very next day, but due to project work and Kubernetes certification, I was postponing this article. Today I got the time to research and…
Hey perf guys, as you aware, in recent times I have been working on Kubernetes. Even I got my first certification in Kubernetes – CKAD. You can check it out how I cracked CKAD exam in my last blog post. Now I am test-driving Civo’s Kube100 platform. From the knowledge I acquired from the CKAD exam helped me to implement…
Last week I appeared for Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) exam and after 36 hours I got my result as pass. It was an incredible journey since I started learning Kubernetes around 5 weeks ago. This blog post will feature about how I prepared myself for CKAD, tips and tricks, and more. I had zero knowledge about Kubernetes before I…