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    • Exactpro Test Tools Maxim Rudovsky EXTENT February 2011
    • Contents
      • This presentation provides information about Exactpro Systems Testing Tools:
      • High-level presentation of all testing tools
      • Sailfish
      • Load Injector
      • Certification Testing tool
    • 1. Testing Tools: High Level View Sailfish Load Injector Reconciliation Tool
      • Multiprotocols and transports:
        • FIX
        • NATIVE
        • MITCH
        • QH
      • Multiprotocols and transports:
        • FIX
        • NATIVE
        • MITCH
        • QH
      • Multiprotocols:
        • FIX
        • NATIVE
        • MITCH
        • FAST
      • Multilayers:
        • Session Layer
        • Application Layer
        • Dirty Level
      Simulation of multiple client connections with a specified load shape for each connection or a group of connections Rich GUI for client activity tracking Multiuser access to a testing environment Throughput up to 80,000 msg per second Storing client activity to DB for further analysis and report generation Automative Matrix Language (AML) Multiplatform Real-time analysis of client interactions with Exchange gateways Test Report Generator Performance Reports Generator
    • 2. Sailfish Components and Concepts
    • 3. Sailfish Deployment
    • 4. Steps to Automate a Test Case
      • Create and configure a particular service. Make sure it works properly.
      • Make sure there are all required actions for implementing a test case (send message, receive message, execute request, etc.)
      • Create a csv. matrix with a particular number of actions and specify required action parameters.
      • Execute a test case and check the generated report for faults and errors.
    • 7. Sailfish Configuration Service Page
    • 8. Sailfish Test Script Execution Page
    • 9. Sailfish Test Report
    • 5. Best Practice for Test Case Automation
      • Like all programming languages, AML has a number of rules which allow avoiding several drawbacks and frustrations:
      • Create independent test cases;
      • Check a number of messages at the end of each test case to make sure there are no redundant messages received;
      • Check the order of received messages;
      • Specify enough pauses between test cases to make sure there are no redundant messages received after a test case has been completed.
    • 6. Sailfish Future Improvements
      • Add ability for several users to run a test script simultaneously
      • Improve GUI of a test script and message pages
      • Add interactivity in a test script running phase
      • Separate WEB GUI from that part of the server
      • Improve test report generator
      • Improve the functionality to store messages to DB
    • 7. Load Injector Components & Configuration
      • Configure a number of connections
      • Configure template messages
      • Configure Load Shape for each connection or a group of connections
      • Configure messages distribution for each connection or a group of connections
    • 8. Performance Calculator
      • Multiprotocols
      • Processing large dump files (up to the size of HDD)
      • Easily configurable (adding new filters, new protocols, new metric calculation)
      • Report Generator using templates
      Protocols KPI Filters FIX Throughput Per Client Native Bandwidth Per Instrument MITCH Latency Per Order type Deviation Per Message Type Hardware KPI
    • 8. Performance Calculator (continued)
    • 9. Load Injector - Future Improvements
      • Message distribution configuration for each load shape step
      • Template messages GUI editor
      • Add expressions to template messages
      • Add event-driven configuration
          • onConnect event
          • onDisconnect event
          • onTime event
      • Thank you.
      10. Questions & Answers