Drum roll please—on Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015, Hewlett Packard Enterprise will be unveiling an amazing experience for software testers in todays’ dynamic world of rapid releases, remarkable mobile user experiences and digital innovation. If you are making the journey to beautiful Maastricht, Netherlands for EuroSTAR, the premier European software testing conference, make sure the Hewlett-Packard Enterprise demonstration showcase is your first stop.
Here are five things you must explore at the HPE showcase:
See how your modern apps can scale for events such as the size of Black Friday e-commerce or the viewership of an Olympic Games or FIFA World cup, by using the Cloud for super-sized performance tests. Step up to the booth and check out HPE StormRunner Load—simple, smart, scalable agile performance testing.
Do you want to visualize what it takes to build and test a 5-star Mobile Experience? Come to the HPE booth and try your skills at the Google Cardboard virtual reality game—Race for the Stars. Do you have what it takes to make the leaderboard? Prizes await those who do…
4. Once you play the Race for the Stars, if you want to put those best practices to work for your own mobile applications, ask us about HPE’s 360 degree Mobile app assessment—a free analytics-based report that assesses the current state of your mobile application and what you could do to make it become “five stars”
5. And don’t miss the EuroSTAR expo party, on Tuesday, November 3rd at 5:45 pm. It is sponsored by HPE and will be staged at our booth area. We’ll be sharing food and drinks—all served with a cool green glow… you can’t miss this.
And if you have some extra time to explore Maastrict, the beauty and character of the city and country will amaze. Don’t miss these “top five things to see and do”:
Churches built from 1100 to 1600
The city wall
The beautiful old section of town with small streets and the Jeker river
Kelly has over 20 years experience with enterprise systems and software in individual contributor and manager roles across product management, business development and product marketing. A majority of my focus has been in areas directly related to applications spanning from developer environments, enterprise Java, integration middleware, SOA infrastructure, SOA Governance and now application lifecycle management. Kelly has a B.S. in Computer Science from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and an MBA from the University of Santa Clara.