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Srihitha Technologies B7, 3rd Floor, Eureka Court, Beside Image Hospitals, Ameerpet, Hyderabad . Ph: 9885144200, 9394799566. www. srihithatechnologies.com Loadrunner and Performance TestingDuration: 20hrsIntended Audience 21. User Community Modeling LanguageQuality assurance engineers, Performance 22. Web log Analysisengineers, technical 23. Web Log Analysis Tools Overviewmanagers and anyone who is required to 24. Web Log Analyzers Summaryperform load analysis. 25. Web Log Analysis Metrics 26. Web Site Traffic MonitoringPrerequisites – Introduction to manual 27. Overview of Statistical distributionstesting and creating test cases 28. Performance Test Tool- Experience in programming C/C++/ GUI RequirementsClient applications 29. Market Tools- Experience with Databases 30. Open Vs Licensed Performance test- Experience in Client/server application toolsdevelopment 31. Criteria for choosing the- Experience in Web applications. Performance test tool- HTTP protocol 32. The most important tool- Overview knowledge of Network 33. Performance Testing Toolscomponents Overview- Overview knowledge of all kinds of 34. best practicestechnologies being used 35. Know the Test and Production environmentPerformance Testing / Engineering: 36. Test environment Isolation 37. Network Isolation 1. What is Performance Testing 38. Load Generators 2. How Performance Testing is 39. Test Data Generators different from Functional Testing 40. Test Execution Environment 3. What is an E-Business Application 41. How to choose the test scenarios 4. Components of a Web Site 42. Tips for writing successful 5. Why Performance Testing is Crucial performance test scripts 6. Performance Testing Approach 43. Real time versus Virtual user 7. Dynamism in Performance Testing Mapping 8. Application Performance 44. Chapter 7: Application Management Benchmarking 9. Performance Process Maturity 45. What is benchmarking? Model 46. Why should we benchmark the 10. Why to set the Performance Test applications? Goals 47. Software Benchmarking 11. Know your customer 48. Hardware Benchmarking 12. Deriving Quantitative Goals 49. Industry Standards for 13. Industrial Standards for Benchmarks Benchmarking 14. User behavior Modeling 50. Transaction processing Performance 15. Importance of automation in Council (TPC) Performance Testing 51. Standard Performance Evaluation 16. Performance Test Estimation Council 17. What is Workload? 52. Mistakes in Benchmarking 18. Types of Workload 53. Quality of Service of web 19. Customer Behavior Modeling application 20. Customer Behavior Model Graph 54. Virtual User Simulation (CBMG) 55. Pre-requisites for Performance Tests 56. Types of Performance Tests
Srihitha Technologies B7, 3rd Floor, Eureka Court, Beside Image Hospitals, Ameerpet, Hyderabad . Ph: 9885144200, 9394799566. www. srihithatechnologies.com Loadrunner and Performance TestingDuration: 20hrs 57. Performance Test Execution LoadRunner Installation Approach 58. Tips for Load & Stress Test 1. LoadRunner architecture Execution 2. Where to install LoadRunner 59. Test Execution Factors components 60. Introduction to Performance 3. Identify hardware and software Monitoring needed for installation 61. What Counters needs to be 4. Installing Loadrunner samples. monitored? 62. Key Performance Counters VUGEN: 63. Performance Monitoring in Introduction to VUSER Concept: Windows platform 64. Using Perfmon 1. Definition of Vuser 65. Post production Monitoring 2. Why VUGEN is Used 66. Benefits of Performance Monitoring 3. Features of VUGEN 67. Scott’s Recommendation on Scatter 4. VUSER TYPES Charts 68. Scatter Chart Types First touch to VUGEN: 69. Performance Test Analysis 70. Best Practices on Performance 1. Starting VUGEN Bottleneck Analysis and Isolation 2. Understanding VUGEN 71. Performance Testing Vs Profiling Environment Options 72. HP Diagnostics 3. Choosing the right protocol 73. SQL Profiler 74. Know your Limits Recording Script using VUGEN: 75. Typical bottlenecks on DB server 76. Why is it Critical 1. VUSER Script sections (Init, Action 77. How to report the results of and end) performance testing 2. Creating New Virtual VUSER script 78. Components of a good Test Report 3. Adding and removing protocols 79. Components of a Good Visual 4. Choosing New Virtual user category 80. Response Time Reporting 5. Begin Recording on your application 81. Best Practices of Test Reporting 6. Ending and Saving a recording recommended by Scott Barber session 82. Moving towards Performance 7. Running the Created Script Engineering 83. What is Queuing Theory? Introduction to Output window in 84. Types of Queuing System VUGEN: 85. What can be modeled as Queues? 86. Limitations of Queuing Theory 1. Replay Log 87. Operational Laws 2. Recording Log 88. a. Utilization Law 3. Generation Log 89. b. Little’s Law: 4. Correlation Results 90. c. Interactive Response Time Law 91. d. Forced Flow Law Understanding the VUSER script: 92. e. Flow Balance Assumption 93. f. Bounding Law of Service Demand 1. Viewing and modifying VUSER 94. Capacity Planning scripts 95. Why Capacity Planning is required 96. When is it required?
Srihitha Technologies B7, 3rd Floor, Eureka Court, Beside Image Hospitals, Ameerpet, Hyderabad . Ph: 9885144200, 9394799566. www. srihithatechnologies.com Loadrunner and Performance TestingDuration: 20hrs 2. Understanding the functions 1. Introduction to setting parameter generated in the code properties 3. Getting Help on functions 2. Setting properties for internal data 4. Workflow Wizard parameter types 5. Walkthrough on few Loadrunner 3. Setting properties for user defined functions functions 6. Recap of Steps for creating Vuser 4. Choosing parameter formats Scripts Data Assignment methods:Streamlining Recording: 1. Sequential 1. Settings to be done before recording 2. Random 2. Modes of recording 3. Unique 3. Choosing the right protocol 4. Types of protocol loadrunner Data Update Modes: supports 5. Single and Multiple protocols 1. Each Occurrence 6. When and how to use more than one 2. Each Iteration Action 3. Once 7. Deleting Action Configuring Run time settings:Actions in depth: 1. About Run time settings 1. When and how to use more than one 2. Configuring run time settings Action 3. pacing run time settings 2. Deleting Actions 4. Configuring Log run time settings 3. Rename actions 5. Configuring Think time settings 4. Import Action into Vuser Managing scripts using Quality Center:Introduction to VUGEN parameters: 1. About managing scripts in Quality 1. Definition of parameter Center 2. Why parameterization is required 2. Opening and Saving Scripts in 3. Parameters Limitations Quality Center. 4. Creating Parameters 5. Types of parameters Correlations: 6. Using Existing Parameters 7. Using Parameter List 1. Introduction to correlations 8. Parameterization options 2. Auto Correlation 3. Wdiff UtilityFile and table type parameters: 4. Manual Correlation 1. Creating data files Introduction to Transactions: 2. Properties of file type parameters 3. properties of table type parameters 1. What are transactions 2. Why we need transactionsSetting Parameters properties: 3. How to insert transactions in the script
Srihitha Technologies B7, 3rd Floor, Eureka Court, Beside Image Hospitals, Ameerpet, Hyderabad . Ph: 9885144200, 9394799566. www. srihithatechnologies.com Loadrunner and Performance TestingDuration: 20hrsIntroduction to content check: 2. Delaying the start of scenarios 3. Scheduling a scenario 1. Why we need Content checks 4. Scheduling Vuser groups 2. How to use the inbuilt content 5. Adding Vuser to Scheduled checks scenarios 3. How to build your own content checks Creating and running a manual scenario:Controller: 1. Creating Vuser groups 2. Configuring Vusers in Vuser group.Introduction to controller: 3. Configuring Vuser run time settings 4. Configuring scripts 1. Opening controller 5. Setting time out intervals 2. Why we need controller 6. Configuring Scenario run time 3. Significance of controller settings 4. Features on controller 7. Setting the run time file location 8. Specifying results locationLoadrunner Testing Process: 9. Collating results 1. Planning the test Managing scenarios using Quality 2. Creating Vuser Script Center: 3. Creating the scenario 4. Running the scenario 1. About managing scenarios using 5. Monitoring the scenario Quality Center 6. Analyzing the scenario 2. Integration of Loadrunner and Quality CenterDesigning a scenario: Introduction to Rendezvous: 1. Creating a scenario 2. Run scenario with sample Vuser load 1. What is Rendezvous 2. Where to use itScenario types: 3. How to use it 1. Manual Scenario Running scenarios and controlling 2. Goal Oriented scenario Vusers:Introduction to Load generators: 1. Running entire scenario 2. Controlling Vuser groups 1. What is load generator 3. Controlling individual Vusers 2. Why we need load generators 4. Manually adding Vuser to running scenarioKinds of Scheduling Scenarios: 5. Manually adding Vuser to Rendezvous 1. Schedule by scenario 2. Schedule by group Viewing Vusers during executions:Scheduling scenarios: 1. About viewing vusers during executions 1. About Scheduling scenarios 2. Monitoring Vuser status
Srihitha Technologies B7, 3rd Floor, Eureka Court, Beside Image Hospitals, Ameerpet, Hyderabad . Ph: 9885144200, 9394799566. www. srihithatechnologies.com Loadrunner and Performance TestingDuration: 20hrs 3. Viewing the output window 2. Configuring Graph display 4. Viewing Vuser script log 3. Configuring data 5. Logging execution notes 4. Analyzing graphs resultsCreating Goal Oriented scenario Cross result and merge graph: 1. About Planning goal oriented 1. About Cross result and merge graphs scenario 2. Cross results graph 2. Understanding goal oriented scenario 3. Generating cross results graph design tab 4. Merging Graphs 3. Defining scenario goals 4. Assigning properties to scripts Managing using Quality Center: 5. Configuring scripts 1. About managing using QualityMonitoring and Analysis CenterOnline Monitoring: Importing external Data: 1. About Online Monitoring 1. About importing external data 2. Setting up the Monitoring 2. Using import data tool environment 3. Monitor types Analysis Graphs: 4. Choosing Monitors and measurements in the controller 1. Vuser Graphs 5. Starting the monitors in the 2. Error Graphs controller 3. Transactions Graphs 6. Opening online monitor graphs in 4. Web Resource Graphs the controller 5. Web Page diagnostics Graphs 7. Setting monitor options 6. User Defined Data point Graphs 7. System Resource GraphsAnalysis: 8. Network Monitor GraphsIntroduction to Analysis: Understand Analysis Graphs to get idea on finding out bottlenecks: 1. About Analysis 2. Analysis basics 1. Analyzing Transaction Performance 3. Setting data options 2. Using Web page Diagnostics Graphs 4. Setting general options 3. Using Auto Correlation 5. Setting Webpage breakdown options 4. Identifying Server Problems 6. Using templates 5. Identifying Network Problems 7. Viewing session information 6. Comparing Scenario results 8. Viewing the scenario or session run time settings After completing Performance Center, 9. Analysis graphs students will be able to: 10. Open analysis graphs Describe the Performance CenterWorking with Analysis graphs: Architecture Learn what Performance Center is 1. About working with analysis graphs Identify the components of
Srihitha Technologies B7, 3rd Floor, Eureka Court, Beside Image Hospitals, Ameerpet, Hyderabad . Ph: 9885144200, 9394799566. www. srihithatechnologies.com Loadrunner and Performance TestingDuration: 20hrs Performance Center Use basic Administrative site features Set up and manage multiple projects Set up and manage users Manage and execute test runs and monitor resources.Performance Center: 1. What is HP Performance Center? 2. What does Performance Center Enable? 3. How Performance Center Components communicate 4. Overview of Performance Center Sites 5. User Role 6. Web Server Functionality 7. Database Server Functionality 8. File Server Functionality 9. Utility Server Functionality 10. Hosts’ Functionality 11. Detailed stud of Timeslot functionality. How to use it? What’s the advantage of using it? 12. Assigning Load Generators/Controller to a test 13. Creating a load test scenario in performance center. 14. Creating monitoring profiles. 15. Creating test results. 16. Managing tests. 17. Viewing test trends. 18. How to recover a load test resource when it has crashed/hung up? 19. How to upload scripts to performance center? 20. Troubleshooting common issues. 21. Live demonstration of executing a test scenario and generating analysis report.Note:-Overview on the Web Services, .NetTemple, WinSock Protocols will be coveredin brief.