SPE-ED+ offers the following 3-day courses in Software Performance Engineering (SPE), modeling and
tools; taught by our top-notch consultants.
Solving Performance Problems Quickly and Effectively - If you've got performance problems,
you need help to get out of trouble now. This course is designed to provide you with
knowledge that you can immediately apply to improve the performance of your software. It
presents a practical approach to identifying sources of performance problems and proven
techniques for solving them. Whether you are involved in new development or upgrading a
legacy system, this course will help you quickly and effectively achieve your requirements for
responsiveness and scalability without sacrificing other quality objectives such as reliability,
modifiability, or security.
Methods and Quantitative Techniques for Proactively Managing Software Performance - Unlike many
performance modeling seminars, this one focuses on the software - not the computer hardware. The
models are specifically tailored to assess performance and scalability, and provide feedback on the
impact that software architecture and design choices have on the underlying network and computer
system platforms. The instructor provides practical advice based on years of experience applying the
techniques to many types of systems.
This workshop provides a practical, hands-on opportunity for those who are familiar with basic
performance modeling to polish their skills and increase their repertoire of modeling techniques. The
methods and skills learned in this seminar will enable participants to conduct in-depth studies of key
performance drivers, study complex interactions among workloads and computer resources,
identify performance problems and study alternatives for their resolution; forecast the performance,
scalability, and capacity requirements of future environments, predict the performance of new
software that will execute in complex environments.