Performance testing and engineering practices have been continuously evolving and changing, including who, when, and how we mitigate performance risks and optimize the scalability of systems. Eventually, every tester will find themselves challenged to conduct experiments, lead a performance testing project or even operate a performance practice. Therefore, the most effective performance professionals must know how to design and conduct performance tests and master the rationales behind why we employ performance testing and what value results from the practices. This workshop comprehensively introduces the core concepts involved in designing, developing, and implementing performance testing. Learn why specific deliverables should come out of performance measurement and how they are valuable to others in the organization. Learn why certain kinds of performance analyses are effective in different contexts and how to employ a strategy for performance testing, engineering, and management. Using a combination of real-world stories, interactive group analysis, and hands-on exercises, you will be challenged to understand the same kinds of problems, decisions, and performance experiences most often found in your work as a performance engineer. At the end of the class, you will have developed a practical strategy for performance testing and the know-how to get started improving your performance practices.