In questa sessione verrà presentato il servizio Azure Load Testing, mostrando come progettare ed eseguire performance/load test per la vostra web application, come simulare migliaia di utenti e sessioni concorrenti, trovare ed ottimizzare i colli di bottiglia e migliorare la scalabilità applicativa.
Raffaele works in Microsoft as a Senior Technical Consultant in the Azure Cloud and AI domain and worked on many projects based on Azure and Office 365 services in the role of consultant and technical developers lead. He has always pushed for an organizanited approach to the design and development of the solutions, exploiting the latest technologies based on Azure and Office 365 services, as well as Agile and DevOps well know practices.
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