At this section you will find a list of tools (Commercial & Open Source) used for different activities across the Performance Engineering Life Cycle. The list of tools on this page have been segregated based on areas of specialization across from a Performance Engineering standpoint. Areas of focus for tools in this section include:
- PPA Projects –
- 3rd Party Vendor Tools -
This list isn’t meant to be exhaustive in nature but should be looked at as guidance with regards to some of most common frameworks in each of the respective areas. At this point this page includes just links to the various tool vendors or websites. Over a period of time we intend to introduce a summary of different tools, tool reviews including a short description of their strengths and weaknesses to help readers better grasp positioning of the relevant tools and frameworks within the enterprise.
We will do our best to keep this list updated based on developments in the Performance and Capacity Management space including input from Practical Performance Analyst’s like yourself. Vendors, please feel free to drop us an email at trevor at practical performance analyst dot com with details about your tools and the areas it focuses on across the Performance Engineering life cycle.
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Trevor Warren is passionate about challenging the status-quo and finding reasons to innovate. Over the past 16 years he has been delivering complex systems, has worked with very large clients across the world and constantly is looking for opportunities to bring about change. Trevor constantly strives to combine his passion for delivering outcomes with his ability to build long lasting professional relationships. You can learn more about the work he does at LinkedIn. You can download a copy of his CV at VisualCV. Visit the Github page for details of the projects he’s been hacking with.