Thursday, June 17, 2010

Webinar: Cloud-Based AJAX Performance Testing

Test Complex AJAX Applications Quickly and Efficiently
Run 1,000's of Browser Users (BU's) Easily and Efficiently
Apply Realistic Loads To Find Server Bottlenecks

Wednesday, 23 June 2010
2:00 PM Eastern Time / 11:00 AM Pacific Time

QA/Testing/Performance groups often face the job of qualifying the performance of complex AJAX web applications -- and are expected to do this within severe budget and time constraints. Another major hurdle in validating capacity for an AJAX app is assuring that the performance tests are realistic. The traditional methods of ramping up load, based on HTTP/S simulations, don't always work when asynchronous AJAX applications are involved.

The eValid PerformanceTest solution offers both quick-to-create realistic and fully synchronized AJAX functional tests, and can lift those tests into performance/loading scenarios that can involve 100's or even 1,000's of Browser Users (BUs) per machine.

In this webinar you'll learn how special eValid commands overcome problems with variable-time playback dependency; how to create a full-reality AJAX test quickly; how to adjust it to be totally self-synchronizing under stressed conditions; how to incorporate it in an eValid load test scenario; how to launch 100's or 1,000's of Browser User (BU) instances; and, how to read the consolidated result test performance summary files.

With this approach you'll see how eValid becomes a genuine force amplifier in your company's web application performance testing efforts.

This Webinar will Discuss:
  • eValid Architecture and Structure: How eValid functional and performance tests work.
  • Functional Testing: How to make live recordings of AJAX applications.
  • Making AJAX Tests LoadTest Safe: How to validate tests for complete synchronization.
  • Creating a Realistic LoadTest Scenario: Using the LoadTest scenario editor to create effective LoadTest control scripts.
  • Running Wide LoadTests: How to launch single and multiple-instance runs "in the cloud".
  • Monitoring and Interpreting Test Results How to read the standard LoadTest reports.

You are cordially invited to attend this free Webinar.


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