Successful application and load testing requires specific identifying conditions to allow issues to be addressed, improvements to be made, and service-level agreements to be met. Unfortunately, current anomaly detection methods are problematic on several fronts and can delay the load testing process, make it more complex or even produce misleading results. This white paper examines the growing need for more efficient and effective anomaly detection techniques and highlights the novel approach to load testing that HPE has developed.
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