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Great Article David. You are spot on, in saying that performance architect is the key to the success of performance testing projects. Often, we have heard of performance projects fail inspite of having jazzy tools, skilled performance test scripting teams in place for the engagement. In addition to what you have said, I would emphasize on skills of the performance test teams especially ones related to monitoring, bottleneck identification and results reporting.

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