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Configuring and Analyzing Performance Goals

This tutorial will show you how you can use performance goals to customize the reports to give you information that is relevant to the individual performance requirements of your system. The goal is to help you learn to draw better conclusions from the data and get more accurate results. You’ll also spend less time poring through the data.

Load Testing Fallacies: The Test Scenarios Must Be Completely Accurate

Last time, I talked about why it is ok to start testing early in the development process. I’m going to continue that thought process to discuss load testing without complete performance requirements.  This Load Testing 101 article says “If the real end user is going to do work with your application in a totally different way than you test you are as good as with no testing at all.” While there is a nugget of truth hidden in there, it is easy to take away the wrong understanding.
One interpretation of that statement would be that “you must have … Continue reading »

How User Ramping Works – Part One

How we add new virtual users to a test can be confusing when you’re first starting out with Load Tester, and sometimes can result in tests that do not ramp up to the number of users you expect or otherwise behave strangely.

User Capacity Analysis

How to measure the maximum capacity of your website in terms of concurrent users.

Solving Server Problems with the Waiting Users and Average Wait Time Metrics

Learn how to diagnose the tricky situation where a server periodically hangs on pages.

User-Level Analysis of Performance Results

By analyzing data against applied user levels, rather than only against elapsed time, Load Tester permits better understanding of performance and of capacity.


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