You've almost finished your new, awesome website. The host servers are in place and all is ready to launch.
Suddenly, the questions occur to you: how much traffic will my new, compelling website be able to handle once the social media channels start funneling everyone my way? How many users can I handle? Do I have enough power and muscle on the server environment?
Relevanza co-founder Birgit Pauli-Haack will answer these questions and more as one of the featured speakers September 29-30 at NCDevCon 2012 in Raleigh, NC., the Tar Heel State's premier web and mobile conference.
Now, about that new website and how many users it will take to crash the system…if you don't know how to find that out, how to measure it, and find the bottle necks, Pauli-Haack’s session will teach you how to simulate traffic using Apache JMeter and other tools.
The conference will cover a wide variety of web development and design topics including ColdFusion, Web and Mobile.
In addition to being a co-founder of Relevanza, Pauli-Haack have over 16 years of web development and web community expertise. With her other company, Pauli Systems, LC
, also headquartered in Naples, she has been providing interactive, user-friendly, web-based business applications and server administration services to an array of corporate, nonprofit and private clients, both international and domestic.
In addition to leading her companies, Pauli-Haack is an active member of the web community, and provides pro bono technology products and services to local non-profit organizations.
She has been a technology leader with the Naples Free-Net
since 1998, and is the immediate past president. She also served on their Board of Directors from 2000 – 2003, and has been their Webmaster and Chair of the Web team since 2002. She is a frequent presenter on Internet topics at conferences worldwide, and has worked on open-source projects in the ColdFusion Community, and for social services agencies.