Ginsbourg.com - Performance and Load Test Qualification 1.5
Shay Ginsbourg - Regulatory & Testing Affairs Consultant
57 Kedem St., Jaffa 68176 ISRAEL, E-mail: email@example.com, Tel: +972 (0)54 6690915
PERFORMANCE & LOAD TEST QUALIFICATION
1. What is the public URL of the web site/application under test?
2. Which types of web servers and database servers operate the web site/application?
3. Which development tools were used for developing the web site/application?
B. CLIENTS & SCENARIOS
Which types of desktop and mobile clients will request that URL?
Can MS-IE browser access the web site/application under test?
Is that web site/application designed for clients other than MS-IE browser? Specify.
How many users are expected to concurrently access it (running at the same time)?
What are the common operations that users are expected to perform at that web site?
How many scenarios need to be tested under load? Specify the scenarios.
Has extensive functional testing successfully passed for the above specified scenarios?
C. PROTOCOLS & SERVICES
Does the client communicate with the server by GET/POST methods of HTTP protocol?
Does the server communicate with the client by sending HTTP responses?
Is the connection between the client and the server secured by HTTPS protocol?
Does the user have to login into the website by using a private password?
Do the client and server communicate in methods of protocols other than HTTP/HTTPS?
Does the server application provide Web services? If yes, specify all the service types (SOAP, REST, WCF, etc.).
D. DATA & CRITERIA
How many kilo bytes of data does the server send to the client every second on average?
How many kilo bytes of data does the client send to the server every second on average?
Specify the entrance criteria to the load test? (initial database, load generation hardware)
Specify the exit criteria from the load test? (Average response time, throughput, etc.)
Thank you for your cooperation.
Regulatory & Testing Affairs Consultant
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