Thursday, December 20, 2007

eVlite Benchmarks Updated

There are new benchmark data available for eValid's eVlite Limited Fidelity Playback feature. At the high end of capacity, our new benchmarks show that, using a fairly fast PC that is running up to 20 copies of eVlite at one time, you can simulate the activity of 20,000 user playbacks simultaneously.

Remember, eVlite activity is "non-coherent" in the sense that there is no session memory or context involved. eVlite playbacks are similar to those normally available when using a loading engine based on HTTP protocol activity. In the eValid context, eVlite work is used to create a background of high activity while measuring the performance of realistic, in the foreground, context sensitive test sessions.

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