Performance Testing Load Runner

Trainer's Profile :

Performance Testing using load runner Training is delivered by a real time software professional having more than 10 Years of experience in Multi National Companies. The trainer has also been onsite and in the Ireland for 2 years.

Training Approach :

  • The Trainer explains the concept from the basics.
  • After ensuring that every trainee has well understood the concept, the trainer will move on to explaining how to apply the same concept to a realtime project.
  • The trainer will then discuss all the possible interview questions related to the concept in general as well as relating to a real time project.

Performance Testing: Load runner CONTENTS

Performance Testing Basics

  • 1. Performance Testing Overview
  • 2. Why manual testing is problematic?
  • 3. Performance testing life process
  • 4. Architecture/Performance Concepts/Methodology/Process
  • 5. Performance testing types
  • 6. Performance Testing Vs Performance Engineering
  • 7. Types of performance testing tools.

Load Runner Introduction

  • 1. Load Runner Installation and Licensing policy discussion
  • 2. Components in Load Runner
  • 3. Load Runner architecture
  • 4. Introduction to Vugen
  • 5. New Script creation using single and multi-Protocols

VUGEN

  • 1. Introduction to VUSER Concept
  • 2. Definition of Vuser
  • 3. Why VUGEN is Used
  • 4. Understanding VUGEN Environment Options

Recording and Replay in Vugen

  • 1. Choosing a protocol /Protocol Advisor
  • 2. Default Actions
  • 3. Tree/ Script and log runtime views
  • 4. Output Window -Replay Log, Recording Log Generation Log, Correlation Results, Run-time data
  • 5. Understanding first recorded script – functions Saving Script Script Folder Structure
  • 6. Begin Recording on your application
  • 7. Ending and Saving a recording session

Recording Options

  • 1. Recording Options and Levels
  • 2. HTML Mode and use
  • 3. URL Mode and use
  • 4. Regenerate Script feature
  • 5. GUI Mode Scripting Options

Run time settings

  • 1. Detailed Run time settings
  • 2. Run Logic Blocks and Iterations
  • 3. Think time, Pacing
  • 4. Debugging options
  • 5. Multithreading options

Introduction to VUGEN parameters

  • 1. Definition of parameter
  • 2. Why parameterization is required
  • 3. Parameters Limitations
  • 4. Creating Parameters
  • 5. Types of parameters
  • 6. Using Existing Parameters
  • 7. Using Parameter List
  • 8. Parameterization options

Correlations

  • 1. Introduction to correlations
  • 2. Type of correlations
  • 3. Auto Correlation
  • 4. Wdiff Utility
  • 5. Manual Correlation

Parameterization

  • 1. Concept of parameter
  • 2. Creating data files
  • 3. Properties of file type parameters
  • 4. properties of table type parameters
  • 5. Data Assignment methods

Validation Check points

  • 1. Content checks
  • 2. Text checks
  • 3. Image Checks

LRFunctions

  • 1. lr_output_message
  • 2. lr_error_message
  • 3. lr_eval_string
  • 4. lr_save_string
  • 5. strcpy
  • 6. sprint
  • 7. atoi()
  • 8. itoa()
  • 9. lr_eval_string()
  • 10. lr_save_string()
  • 11. lr_save_int()

Controller

  • 1. Introduction to controller
  • 2. Designing a scenario
  • 3. Scenario Types
  • 4. Manual Scenario
  • 5. Goal Oriented scenario
  • 6. Scheduler by Scenario/Group
  • 7. Introduction to Load generator
  • 8. Scheduling Scenarios
  • 9. IP Spoofing concept
  • 10. Design Workload model concept
  • 11. Rendezvous Point and policy details

Configuring LoadRunner Monitors

  • 1. Commonly used LoadRunner monitors
  • 2. Choosing measures
  • 3. Matching measures to performance testing goals
  • 4. Metrics adding
  • 5. Client side measurements
  • 6. Server side measurements

Introduction to Analysis

  • Summary Report
    • 1. Configuring Analysis Session
    • 2. SLA Report SLA Configuration from Analysis
    • 3. Add Graphs Delete Graphs Rename Graphs Duplicate Graphs
    • 4. Filter Condition, Group by Drill Down on specefic measurement
    • 5. Set Grunalarity
    • 6. Root Cause Analysis with LoadRunner Analysis
    • 7. 90th Percentile
    • 8. Report Template Design
    • 9. ServerSide Analysis
    • 10. Bottlenecks

Performance Bottleneck Analysis

  • 1. Graphs Anlaysis
  • 2. Bottleneck types
  • 3. Typical Parameters monitored for Bottleneck analysis
  • 4. Bottleneck Analysis
  • 5. Performance Monitoring and Tuning

Reporting

  • 1. HTML reports
  • 2. MS Word reports
  • 3. Third party reports

Advanced Monitoring Tools

  • 1. Perfmon
  • 2. Performance center
  • 3. HPD
  • 4. Dynatrace
  • 5. NewRelic Monitoring tool
  • 6. Jconsole
  • 7. JProfiler

About Instructor

KudVenkat

Software Architect, Trainer, Author and Speaker in Pragim Technologies.

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