I recently decided to go through an exercise with our webmaster to ensure the best performance for the end user experience on our web site. The results are fascinating as the technical person in me wrestles with the business person in me.
I was running a load test overnight (SOAK) for 10 hours. Something happened overnight, and the Controller machine locked up. I could not log into it or connect to it remotely. It had to be rebooted. When it came back up, I tried to recollate the results for this test and launch analysis. I received this error message
Many people in the IT world know James Pulley as a thought leader regarding performance testing. We recently had a chance to catch up with James and ask him some questions about his views on the performance testing industry, as well as his involvement in the online show Perfbytes.
This blog entry discusses the use of macros within VUGen. Macros can be used to make scripts more flexible and powerful, while saving scripting time.
Categories: HP, LoadRunner, Performance Testing and Automation, VuGen Code
Tags: HP Software, load testing, LoadRunner, performance engineering, performance testing, Performance Testing and Automation, stress test, VuGen
This blog article discusses the new licensing model for LoadRunner 12, including the new “Community” license, which allows for 50 free virtual users and a Controller.
Categories: HP, LoadRunner, Performance Testing and Automation
Tags: HP Software, load testing, LoadRunner, Performance Center, performance testing, Performance Testing and Automation, software testing, stress test