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Performance Test Engineering - Essentials

Course Overview


Performance Test Engineering course is designed to introduce participants to the basic concept and strategies involved in performance Engineering. Software Performance Engineering (SPE) is a systematic, quantitative approach to the cost-effective development of software systems to meet performance requirements. SPE is a software-oriented approach that focuses on architecture, design, and implementation choices.

Course Content


Introduction

  • Describe basic HP ALM Performance Center architecture and functionality
  • Describe the administrator and user functions

Accessing the User Site

  • Navigate the Performance Center user site
  • Define privilege levels

Timeslots

  • Define timeslots and how to use them to your advantage
  • Successfully reserve and manage timeslots

Configuring Load Tests

  • Configure scheduler settings
  • Identify best practices for adding monitors

Running Load Tests

  • Configure overall project options
  • Prepare for a load test run
  • Identify effective techniques for running a load test

Using the Project Dashboard

  • Navigate the Analysis and Dashboard views
  • Produce Analysis reports and graphs
  • Use the Graph wizard
  • Create pages for the Product Dashboard
  • Describe the Query Builder

Using Performance Center Analysis

  • Upload and download session files and reports

Create new defects

  • Link defects and other entities
  • Track defects in ALM
  • Export defect reports

Raising Defects

  • Configuring Hosts and Topologies
  • Create hosts
  • Create AUT hosts
  • Reboot servers and check host connectivity
  • Create topologies
  • Create monitors for web servers

Lab Management

  • Add hosts and host pools
  • Link hosts to pools

Site Administration

  • Create domains
  • Create projects
  • Navigating the Site Administration tabs

FAQ on Performance Center
New Features of PC 11.5

  • VUGEN: New Features of VUGEN 11.5

Introduction to Ajax Tru-Client

  • Asynchronous Correlation
  • Best practices in Scripting.

Using the Editor

  • Work with the editor
  • Identify basic C code including statements, variables, and functions
  • Apply basic debugging techniques in VuGen

Advanced Scripting Techniques

  • Recognize general LoadRunner functions
  • Recognize protocol specific functions

Auto Correlation After Recording

  • Define Correlation
  • Working with the Correlation Studio
  • Correlate dynamic values found by using the Auto Correlation tool

Manual Correlation

  • Determine when manual correlation is required

Auto Correlation During Recording

  • Import and export correlation rules

Creating & using global functions which could be used by different scripts

Customer Reviews


Thanks to Xpertised and the tutor who walked me through all the topics with Practical exposure which is helping me in my current project.
-Waseem

Course was quite helpful in terms of understanding of concepts and practicality. Its really a very friendly environment to learn. The timing were mutually chosen, as we both are working professional. I am quite satisfied with the course.
-Tanmoy

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