Stockholm, februari 7, 2012 – Idag lanserar HP ett nytt partnererbjudande som ger deras kunder möjlighet att köra prestandatester i molnet, vilket kan hjälpa dem att på ett snabbt och kostnadseffektivt sätt leverera applikationer av hög kvalitet.
”Med LoadRunner-in-the-cloud erbjuder HP genom våra testpartners en ökad flexibilitet för att hantera prestandatester. Flexibiliteten gör det lättare att kostnadseffektivt hantera prestandafrågor då man enkelt kan betala för de resurser man konsumerar ända ned på daglig basis. Detta gör insteget till prestandatester enklare och tiden till resultat kortare”, säger Magnus Hillgren Lösningsarkitekt på HP Software.
Enterprises need to quickly deliver web and mobile applications to ensure productivity and gain a competitive advantage. However, ensuring applications can perform in a production environment requires setting up a test environment for performance validation, which can be costly and time-consuming. Organizations with limited budgets are unable to invest in on-premise software and must rely on inexpensive or open source performance testing solutions.
With the new HP LoadRunner-in-the-Cloud offering, qualified partners use the flexible, on-demand service model of the cloud to deliver consumption-based performance testing of Web 2.0, AJAX and mobile and other applications to their customers. The new offering complements HP’s own solutions for performance validation, which span on-premise, software as a service and managed services.
HP’s performance validation solutions and robust service portfolio enable clients to select the offerings that best meet their testing requirements, timeline and budget. The HP performance testing services portfolio is complemented by the on-demand, pay-per-use LoadRunner-in-the-Cloud solution available from partners, including performance testing-as-a-service, as well as testing from anywhere with large loadtests.
“Organizations that do not have robust performance testing may face application delivery delays or risk performance bottlenecks if they are unable to get timely access to testing resources,” said Matthew Morgan, senior director, Product and Solution Marketing, Software, HP. “The HP LoadRunner-in-the-Cloud offering allows partners to deliver cost-effective, on-demand access to leading performance testing in the cloud.”
The HP LoadRunner-in-the-Cloud partner offering, coupled with a partner’s cloud infrastructure, enables customers to:
— Accelerate time-to-market with access to the hardware and software resources required to conduct application performance testing anytime, anywhere.
— Deliver high-quality applications with a comprehensive view of system performance that identifies and eliminates potential bottlenecks before the application is deployed in production.
— Simplify performance testing of complex applications with HP LoadRunner’s TruClient, an easy-to-use, toolkit-agnostic solution that reduces testing cycles by cutting script time and correlation for Web 2.0 applications by as much as 50 percent.(1)
— Ensure cost-efficiency through subscriptions, with which customers can consume and pay for the application performance testing resources they need on a daily basis.
HP partners to deliver high-quality applications faster
HP performance testing partners Orasi Software Inc., Genilogix and J9 Technologies have selected the HP LoadRunner-in-the-Cloud partner offering. The companies will use it to introduce new public cloud offerings that extend their existing portfolios with short-term, pay-per-use web and mobile application performance testing solutions.
“Our clients are looking for a solution that offers flexible consumption for their performance testing initiatives,” said Caleb Billingsley, area vice president, Performance Technology, Orasi Software Inc. “With HP LoadRunner-in-the-Cloud, we can offer robust, industry-leading performance testing capabilities in a short-term, on-demand model that helps them meet their goals, without breaking the bank.”
“Composite architectures, with so many moving parts, can easily become points of failure if not tested prior to deployment,” said Dennis Matson, director, Sales, Genilogix. “We are pleased to partner with HP to deliver a pay-as-you-go, on-demand option for application performance testing that enhances application quality and accelerates time-to-value.”
The HP LoadRunner-in-the-Cloud partner offering is a key component of the HP IT Performance Suite, which helps businesses and governments in their pursuit of an Instant-On Enterprise. In a world of continuous connectivity, the Instant-On Enterprise embeds technology in everything it does to serve customers, employees, partners and citizens with whatever they need, instantly.
HP’s premier client event, HP Discover, takes place June 4-7 in Las Vegas.
More information about the HP LoadRunner-in-the-Cloud partner offering is available at www.hp.com/go/loadrunnercloud.
För ytterligare information, vänligen kontakta:
Magnus Hillgren, Lösningsarkitekt på HP Software, HP Sverige, tel: 08-524 960 24
Gunilla Lundqvist, Informationschef, HP Sverige, tel: 08-524 904 00
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(1) Based on HP research and analysis.
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