@mfleming recently wrote a great article series on the Dojo called How To Build A Performance Testing Stack From Scratch. The first article in the series is available to all Club users. The articles that follow are available to Pro subscribers. I think it ties in really well with Performance Testing 101 for me. I jumped straight into learning how to use the tool rather than why I would use it.
Some questions in the first article really got me thinking about how other people go about such things.
Who would want to take action if a performance issue was found?
When you’re young and naive (as I once was ) you automatically think the answer to this is “everyone surely”. When you get a bit further in your career you realise that’s really not the case.
My first question:
In your experience, who would want to take action if a performance issue was found?
My second question relates to the second section of the article:
In your own experience, what have you found to be useful metrics and what have you found to be less useful metrics to measure?
My final question:
Would you change or like to change how you share the results of your performance analysis?