With all the testing types and technologies, what is the best approach to move the needle for application quality? Is it possible to converge functional and performance testing to achieve better results? For tools, should you go platform, or best of breed?  

In this webinar, Diego Lo Giudice of Forrester walks us through the data and shares the insights that reveal the most effective practices for comprehensive application quality improvements. Steve Feloney from Perforce walks us through ways your organization can shift left faster with BlazeMeter and Perfecto. We’ll discuss:  

  • Findings from recent Forrester research.
  • Test technologies and strategies quality leaders rely on.
  • Platform, or best of breed?
  • The impact of AI.
  • Data-based improvements to impact your own application quality.

You can also see how BlazeMeter helps teams shift left for yourself by trying BlazeMeter for free.

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Presenters
Diego Lo Giudice

Diego Lo Giudice

Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester

With Forrester since July 2005, Diego primarily contributes to and advises on Forrester's offerings for Application Development & Delivery Professionals. He partners with Forrester's global application leaders and is a leading expert on SDLC processes and practices, covering topics such as Agile development, Agile and Lean transformations, Agile development sourcing strategies and services, Agile testing practices and tools, DevOps, and software testing and quality, with a key focus on systems of engagement. Diego also covers software delivery metrics, artificial intelligence, and open source governance.

Stephen Feloney

Stephen Feloney

VP of Products, BlazeMeter and Perfecto

Stephen Feloney is the head of products for Application Quality at Perforce. Prior to this role he held product management roles at various companies from enterprise to startups including HP, CA, Broadcom, and others.  Before product management, Stephen spent 12+ years a software engineer. Stephen holds a BS in Computer Engineering from Santa Clara University.