|Blog Home | About | Entries By Date | Search|
June Meeting: Load Testing Web Applications
On Wednesday, June 1, Rex Vincent and Mike Brunt will present to the Los Angeles ColdFusion User Group on load testing web applications.
Over the past 11 years we have worked with clients, literally around the globe, helping with performance tuning. Probably our most cherished achievement was building a 5 server ColdFusion cluster which supported a total of 48,500 concurrent connections for the 2010 Indianapolis 500. This and many other projects we have worked on, involved many rounds of load-testing and data gathering. In this presentation we will go through the steps needed to create a load test-QA environment, we will also run load tests against a ColdFusion application to demonstrate the conclusions we derive.
Doors will open at 6:00pm, with the presentation beginning at 7:00. Pizza and refreshments will be provided.
The location is the same as the last few months:
5959 W. Century Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90045-5475
There is free 2-hour street parking on the north side of the building, on 98th St., or you can park in the parking structure for $1.50 for each 20 minutes (maximum of $12.50).
Around The Internet
Get updates on LACFUG events from your social network of choice:
If you’re on Facebook and haven’t “Liked” our page yet, please stop by and click on the Like button. Once we get to 25 people, we can get a shorter, easier-to-remember URL.
Thanks to TollFreeForwarding for the meeting space! See you there!