Rapid Performance Assessment – Mobile
Code errors and performance discrepancies that are identified by the Rapid Performance Assessment service for Mobile, will allow clients to visualise the impact of remediation changes across their application landscape. This will provide a representative change basket which can be provided to the development team.
After the development team have implemented the proposed changes, we will simulate a client’s actual production network in a testing environment. The application can then be tested with the code changes in order to see what impact it these changes will have on overall the performance.
The RPA is structured to troubleshoot new or existing Mobile Applications and looks at application and infrastructure areas that could improve the overall health and performance.
Focus areas include:
- What code could be causing performance issues?
- What is the impact of code changes across the landscape
- What remediation strategies will improve performance?
- How will the application perform for all users across various geographies?
- Which conditions will cause the application to slow down?
- Which conditions will cause the application to fail?
- Identify bottlenecks across different tiers?
- Provide Mobile App Code Profiling to identify top code based performance issues.
- Visualise custom code change impact across system/s and dependent application logic
- Profile the performance of an application across a variety of network conditions
- Identify conditions where application will under-perform
- Isolate performance challenged transactions
- Provide Analysis that highlights the performance constraints behind under-performing transactions, including location specific and tier specific bottlenecks
- Provide Remediation analysis to suggest potential performance improving strategies for each identified performance issue
Blue Turtle is able to provide customers with benefits, which include:
- Infrastructure Cost Avoidance – including hardware and network devices
- Reduced Testing Cycles – for functional and performance test cases
- Minimised Resource Cost – for troubleshooting and incident investigations