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While the constant feedback gathered through agile development ultimately produces better design and architecture solutions, an iterative approach can lead to performance shortfalls along the way to your final destination.
"Sometimes a slowdown doesn’t happen until later in the project, and sometimes it’s sudden and not something that happens slowly over a number of sprints," explains industry expert Mike Kelly.
Access this exclusive e-guide for Kelly's insights into application performance management (APM) strategies that work in agile environments. Also learn three different approaches to performance testing in agile environments from software performance expert Scott Barber.