Performance Testing Guidance for Web Applications
by J.D. Meier, C. Farre, P. Bansode, S. Barber, D. Rea
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation 2007
Number of pages: 221
Performance Testing Guidance for Web Applications provides an end-to-end approach for implementing performance testing. Whether you are new to performance testing or looking for ways to improve your current performance-testing approach, you will gain insights that you can tailor to your specific scenarios.
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