How to capture performance requirements -- Expert Webcast

In this webcast Paul R. Reed explains how to elicit specific and measurable performance requirements and how to get stakeholders to agree on them.

Speaker: Paul Reed, senior associate at EBG Consulting, president of Jackson-Reed Inc.
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Capturing the performance goals in a systematic manner is a pre-requisite for building performance into an application right from the start. The key is asking the right questions so that you can gather specific and measurable performance requirements.

In this webcast Paul R. Reed helps you do that. He'll help you identify questions to ask, help you get stakeholders to agree on the requirements, explain how to write the requirements and document them so that the architects and programmers understand what's expected, and explain how the requirements differ for Web applications compared with enterprise applications.

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This was last published in May 2008

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