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All levels of performance testing and monitoring in web-apps


45 minutes


Preparing Test Strategies for web-apps is better to define mechanisms that performance is according to business expectations even when business owners use non-numeric criteria of measurements (fast, super-fast, ultra-fast, lightning). Keeping in mind web-app tiers and utilizing OSS (ELK Stack) or Commercial (AppDynamics) tooling we were able to answer on most complicated questions appearing during performance tests. And of cause, the right chosen load generator tool could be natively integrated into the Test Automation ecosystem.

And a bonus story, when we did not exercise with monitoring/load tools. Some sunny days, verifying midnight Selenium Test automation results with Allure report and realizing that set of failed tests is not related to tested functionality, we start thinking about solutions get monitoring data and match with tests. In this talk, I want to demonstrate Webdriver browser Timing API capabilities introduced by W3C which you can use already tomorrow.

Andrii Skrypnychenko

Andrii Skrypnychenko

Test Automation Lead at UBS, Poland

Test Automation Lead @UBS with 7 years of experience in Quality Assurance fields. The most remembered period of IT life is production go-live being on-site as a Triage Lead. The last 4 years were researching and evaluating performance testing and monitoring tools. Proposing most applicable solutions for global investment banks and replacing legacy approaches. Introducing/auditing Automation Test Strategies across programs involving developers in the testing world. Constantly reviewing Web UI, API, Unit test automation pull requests with a passion to learn/introduce something new and respect to other contributors. Starting from last year, having valuable experience being QA/TA Mentor in one of Wroclaw IT schools for beginners.