Systems Performance Engineering (Hosted at the Hub)
Colin Butcher, CEng, FBCS, CITP
The Chartered Institute for IT, Jersey is pleased to invite you to our fourth event of 2015: Systems performance engineering.
Abstract: This session will cover the principles governing systems performance when designing and trouble-shooting systems and their associated infrastructure. There are a wide range of issues to be considered, especially those affecting throughput, response times, scalability and availability. Performance is not something that can always be dealt with by system tuning or simply buying bigger hardware. Performance issues frequently result in systems failing in some form or other, which affects availability and causes disruption to service. Understanding the characteristics that govern performance helps us to design and implement better systems.
Come along and join in the discussion.
Biography: Colin Butcher, CEng, FBCS, CITP
Colin is a consulting engineer who specializes in the design and implementation of mission-critical and disaster-tolerant systems. He has been responsible for the overall design, implementation and management of several major projects, including satellite control centres, air traffic management, finance data and healthcare infrastructures.
Presentation time: Tea, coffee, drinks and networking from 17:15, with the presentation commencing at 18:00.