With the advent of the Cloud, some think the performance worries we once encountered are over
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Nashville, TN (PRWEB) March 22, 2012
Application Performance Testing continues to play an important role in successful application development, even in this day of start-up IT companies within the "Cloud." Northway Solutions CEO, Scott Moore, brings things into perspective as he presents "Planning for the Perfect Storm: The Value of Peak Testing" at the Software Test Professionals Conference, March 26 - 29, 2012. "Peak Testing is nothing new to retail and financial sectors; however, many wonder how Cloud technologies will alter the performance testing process and methodology. With the advent of the Cloud, some think the performance worries we once encountered are over. Unfortunately, the laws of physics still exist, and planning for 'The Perfect Storm' is necessary now more than ever before," says Scott Moore.
Northway Solutions Group has experienced impressive growth. The core leadership team has aggressively raised the bar of performance testing excellence while developing a culture of integrity and reliability. With the recent release of the Payer and Provider solution, Health Test Acceleration Process, healthcare organizations will harness required resources to successfully manage their ever-changing IT environment.
About Scott Moore
President and CEO, Northway Solutions Group
With over 18 years of IT experience with various platforms and technologies, Scott has tested some of the largest applications and infrastructures in the world. He has mentored and developed testing services for Big Five services firms, top insurance companies, and major financial institutions in the US. In 2004, Scott founded Loadtester Incorporated, focusing on performance testing and building centers of excellence around application performance. He is a Certified Instructor and Certified Product Consultant in HP's LoadRunner and Performance Center products. In October 2010, Scott became President and CEO of Northway Solutions Group, with Loadtester remaining a subsidiary of the company. He currently holds HP certifications for ASE, ASC, and CI.