The Beauty of Variance with James Pulley

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Want to know how to see the beauty of variance in your performance engineering efforts? In this episode, James Pulley, co-founder of PerfBytes, shares why variance is essential to creating realistic performance testing scenarios. Discover all about standard deviation as a measurement of the spread of data within a system, how standard deviation reflects how resources are being used in the system, and how to implement standardized analytical methods.

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About James Pulley

James Pulley

James is a co-founder of PerfBytes with Mark Tomlinson. He is also the Chief Performance OfficerChief Performance Officer at QA Consultants. He helps customers answer response time and scalability questions across various web-based systems, both Web and non-Web-based. James is also a moderator for many forums related to tools and processes related to software performance testing and performance engineering. And last but not least, he is a barbecue enthusiast and artist.

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