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Nick Stevens

Nick Stevens

Nick is a highly experienced Capacity Planning and Performance specialist, with over 20 years of experience. He has delivered many high precision models of high value payment systems for the retail and banking sectors, and developed reporting standards so that documents are equally comprehensible to technicians and management alike. By early involvement at the development and testing stages, he has ensured that SLA's are met, even in exceptional circumstances such as major infrastructure migrations, operational failures, and when running from Disaster Recovery sites. He also has considerable experience in using performance metrics to aid in the investigation of incidents.

Recent Posts

27th September 2017 by 
Nick Stevens

As previously blogged about, Thomas Barns of Capacitas is presenting at Velocity Conference in London on 19th October, along with John Pillar, (currently Group Head of Software Engineering at Arcadia, and...

06th July 2017 by 
Nick Stevens

 The Topic:

Continuous Performance Engineering? Moving fast without breaking things

By combining John Pillar's profound experience as a Retail Transformation Evangelist with multiple leading retailers, and the...

29th June 2017 by 
Nick Stevens

 Introduction: Threshold alerting has limited value

Threshold alerts are by far the most common way of detecting operational issues. Your page load times are high, your disks are filling up, your CPU’s are...

16th June 2017 by 
Nick Stevens

 

Introduction

Here at Capacitas we are extremely interested in how performance affects the bottom line of our clients. After all, if tuning your services does not deliver for your customers, why do it?

Online...

18th November 2016 by 
Nick Stevens

Hardly a week passes without another major online brand suffering from cyber-attacks of one form or another, with distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks becoming more and more common. These attacks involve...