In the never-ending mission to do more with less, government IT teams often lose sight of the need for careful application performance management (APM), which helps ensure the speed and reliability of applications and services as they’re delivered to end users.
Load testing of systems has been around for many years, since its introduction in the 1970s, and one major Application Performance Management vendor says today’s testers are now able to leverage a new generation of technology to fill critical test automation gaps and deliver “substantially greater value to their business.”
Today, enterprises rely heavily on applications for nearly all business-critical processes. These applications are delivered via a combination of hardware, software and services, known as the application delivery chain. To make this delivery chain work together effectively, IT must take a new and converged approach to network performance monitoring and application performance management.
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