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LoadRunner Monitors LoadRunner Controller is integrated with real-time monitoring capabilities. Real-time monitoring helps to record all the system and application related information during the entire run of the test with definite sampling interval. This would help to isolate, identify and resolve performance bottlenecks through the analysis of the data collected through the various system counters collected during monitoring. List of Key LoadRunner Monitors Windows Resource Monitor Unix Resource Monitor Web Server Monitors...

Objectives of this Article   Understanding the results directory structure   Introduction to the Analysis tool   Creating Analysis graphs   Interpreting Analysis graphs Results Directory Structure   In results directory, LoadRunner creates a subdirectory using the results name specified by us   All the data LoadRunner gathers is...

Creating VUser groups Click the Add Group button on the right of the Scenario groups window. The Add Group dialog box opens. Enter a name for the Vuser group Specify the number of Vusers in the group Select a load generator from the Load Generator Name list Select Add from the Load Generator Name list if the load required generator is not listed. Select a...

Objectives of this article to explain LoadRunner runtime settings, controller, the different types of scenarios,  How to create manual scenario. ...

{mosgoogle}  Directory Structure    While recording, VuGen creates a series of configuration, data, and source code files which contain Vuser run-time and setup information.   The results of each iteration of a script are stored separately.   The Iteration0 directory is for system use and should be ignored by the tester. While recording,...

{mosgoogle}  Objectives of this Article   Introduction to Virtual User Technology   Record scripts   General options   Recording options   Runtime options   Replay recorded scripts Virtual User Technology   Simulates a real user   Requires less resources – machines and people   Greater control over test execution  ...

Objectives of this Article:   Information that are required for load testing a system   Where to obtain these information from?   Organizing the system information collected   Using the information effectively to carry out Load Tests. ...

Some Fact about Load Testing: Fact #1 :  Most users click away after 8 second delay Fact #2 :  $4.4 billion in revenue lost annually due to poor web performance ...

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Online Customers prefer to shopping with the Applications which have good functionality and Response time, So to success in online business the Performance of the Web Applications should be good otherwise customers will simply switch to Competitor Sites 1.       Difference between Functional testing and Performance Testing {mosgoogle} ...