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About the event
The purpose of shift-left testing is to reduce costs by identifying and eliminating issues earlier in the application development life cycle. Compare that to the purpose of application performance diagnostics tools, which is reduce the time and effort required to identify and resolve issues, and it's easy to see how these tools could provide value when used as part of one's shift left testing practices. Join Redmonk Analyst Donnie Berkholz as he leads a discussion with IBM and Prolifics experts on the how IBM's application performance diagnostic tools can help application teams test their code early and often. We'll discuss the concept of shift-left testing and identify use cases in which tools can be used to reduce the time and effort necessary to effectively implement shift-left testing.
- Donnie Berkholz, RedMonk Analyst
- Dan Kern, Prolifics
- Dan Berg, IBM Chief Architect for DevOps
- Lindsay Farmer, Release Manager, Application Performance Diagnostics
- Joydeep Banerjee, Architect, Application Performance Diagnostics
- Todd Kindsfather, Product Manager, Application Performance Diagnostics
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