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Automated performance modeling with NASA Open MCT, Grafana Cloud, and k6

The frontend has traditionally been the bearer of bad news when it comes to underlying system performance problems. Backend fixes are put into place just as the frontend moves the goalposts. Using tools like k6 and k6-browser make it possible to keep your frontend performance tooling in sync with the backend performance and in step with feature development.

In this live demo, John Hill, a Web UI Test Engineer, Space Mission Controls, will use Grafana k6, k6-browser, and NASA Open MCT to show how to combine frontend and backend performance modeling tools. He’ll detail frontend performance modeling strategies to keep the feature development teams in sync with the performance tests. Lastly, he’ll end with how the Grafana and k6 ecosystems can be used to ensure performance in mission critical applications like NASA’s Open MCT.

  • John Hill
    John Hill
    Web UI Test Engineer at KBR Inc. @ NASA Ames Research Center

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