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About The Performance Tour
The Performance Tour is a continuous road trip through the US. Scott Moore meets with experts in the IT industry, sharing knowledge and best practices. This multi-city tour brings together professionals in the fields of software engineering, performance testing, software automation, DevOps, cloud computing, AI, and much more. Roadshow events throughout the year invite an informal discussion on a variety of trending topics.
Meetup events cover such topics as:
- Software Engineering
- Performance Engineering / Testing
- Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM)
- Cloud Computing
Want to be a featured on the show? Companies, customers, and subject matter experts are welcome. Just contact us.
For more information about this marketing opportunity and how you can sponsor a future Performance Tour event, send an email to “help @ theperformancetour.com” (remove the spaces).
Episodes and Highlights
Observability needs to be shifted left in performance testing, using automation and observability tools to improve load testing and performance analysis in development, ultimately leading to more efficient software performance.
Performance engineering is crucial for making applications faster and more efficient, and it requires proper targets, monitoring, and thorough testing to minimize risk and maximize cost savings. Having a passion for what you do is also important.
Learn how to scale performance testing teams for all sized organizations.
Firewall, from the Perftour Parodies. This is a parody of the song “Wonderwall” by the band Oasis.
All about Digital Employee Experience (DEX) with Geoff Hixon. The entire interview.
Leakin’ Memory, from the Performance Tour parodies.
Travel Blogs and Galleries
A special thanks to all who have supported The Performance Tour and Scott Moore Consulting LLC.
Behind the scenes look at our show about shifting the service desk left. Interview with Elise Carmichael and a trip to Mojo Hogtown BBQ in Gainesville, Florida.
A summary of Episode 04 about security and performance, as well as the making of the Firewall parody song.