Imad Mouline

Imad Mouline is CTO of Gomez. Imad is a veteran of software architecture, research and development. Imad is a recognized expert in Web application development, testing and performance management. Imad's breadth of expertise spans Web 2.0, cloud computing, Web browsers, Web application architecture and infrastructure, and software as a service. Prior to Gomez, Imad was CTO at S1 Corp. He can be reached at imouline@gomez.com.

Managing Capacity for Performance: How to Ensure End-to-End Scalability for Web 2.0 Applications

Modern Web 2.0 applications are "composites" that include content and services not just from inside the data center but from third-party service and content providers beyond the firewall. For...

How to Use Load Testing 2.0 to Ensure High Performance for Web 2.0 Applications

Web 2.0 is often described as an evolution, from the Web-as-information source (that is, Web 1.0) to the Web as a more engaging, participatory medium. The Web page has...

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