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Shift-Left with Dynatrace: Automating Performance Feedback with AWS, Mesos and Containers

I don’t think there is a correct or one-size-fits-all definition of Shift-Left, neither is there one for DevOps, Cloud-Native or any of these other heavily used terms. What I do know is that there are experts in our industry trying to…
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Shift-Left at ADP: Automating Performance Feedback with AWS, Mesos, Containers and Dynatrace

I don’t think there is a correct or one-size-fits-all definition of Shift-Left, neither is there one for DevOps, Cloud-Native or any of these other heavily used terms. What I do know, is that there are experts in our industry trying to…
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Easier assertions for XML and JSON in MUnit

This is a guest blog from a member of our developer community. Dr. Roger Butenuth is a Senior Java Consultant at codecentric, he has been using Anypoint Platform for five years, with projects ranging from building simple SOAP routing/transformation…
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Load Testing Redefined: A Guide from KPI Reporting to AI Supported Performance Engineering

The primary goal of Performance and Load Testing hasn’t changed a lot since I started working in this industry in 2001. What has changed are the application frameworks (from plain HTML via jQuery to Angular) and a shift from page-based…
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Testing with MuleSoft’s MUnit: Part 2

This tutorial continues from Part 1. Mock is a feature provided by MUnit to mock the behavior of the message processor. Basically, MUnit replaces the actual behavior of message processor with the behavior defined by the user. There are…
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Testing with MuleSoft’s MUnit: Part 1

MUnit is a Mule application testing framework which allows you to build automated tests for your Mule integrations and API’s. MUnit is very well integrated with Anypoint Studio.Various features available with Mule MUnit: Create and build…
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Dynatrace on Dynatrace: Detecting Architectural Regressions in Continuous Functional Testing

At Dynatrace we not only sell our performance monitoring solutions to our customers – we use them in the way we want our customers to use them. The benefit of this “eat your own dog food” – or – “drink your…
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Sitecore Performance Tips: What’s Geography Got to Do with It?

It’s not very often that data aligns perfectly to illustrate a topic. Typically, there are very clear trends among the outlying data points that clearly support the topic in question, but it’s rarely absolute. So, while researching…
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Sitecore Performance Tips: What’s Geography Got to Do with It?

It’s not very often that data aligns perfectly to illustrate a topic. Typically, there are very clear trends among the outlying data points that clearly support the topic in question, but it’s rarely absolute. So, while researching…
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When configuration settings from development wreak havoc in production

As applications are promoted from the development environment to the CI or the QA environment and then into the production environment, it is very common for the configuration settings to be changed as the code is promoted. For example, the…