Friday, October 22, 2010

Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Support

Test Complex AJAX Applications Quickly and Efficiently
Run 1,000's of Browser Users (BU's) Easily and Efficiently
Monitor End-User Performance Accurately
Analyze Websites From The Client Perspective
Very Attractive SME License Offers

Wednesday, 27 October 2010
2:00 PM Eastern Time / 11:00 AM Pacific Time

In small and medium enterprises the world over, QA/Testing/Performance groups often face the job of qualifying the quality and performance of complex web applications -- including AJAX applications -- and are expected to do this within severe budget and time constraints.

eValid offers a comprehensive and self-contained solution to 99% of web application testing issues that is optimized for use in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).

In this webinar you'll learn how eValid's features overcome common problems with variable-time playback dependency; how to create a full-reality AJAX regression test quickly; how to lift a test into a sever loading scenario; that launchs 100's or 1,000's of Browser User (BU) instances; and, how to set up a site analysis scan to validate a complete website.

Overall, you'll see how easily eValid can become a genuine force multiplier in your company's web application quality assurance, testing and performance tuning projects.

This Webinar Will Discuss:

* eValid Architecture: How eValid functional testing, monitoring, performance testing and site scanning components.
* Functional/Regression Testing: How to make regression recordings -- including complex AJAX applications.
* Imposing Server Load: How to create a LoadTest scenario and run it against your servers, with 100's or 1,000's of BUs.
* Creating a Realistic Monitor Script: How to provision a script for use as a monitoring agent for complex applications -- including AJAX.
* How to Scan a WebSite Quickly and Accurately Search criteria and limits setup to yield a very effective site scan.

You are cordially invited to attend this free Webinar.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

eValid for Use in Coursework at Universidade Federal de Campina Grande (UFCG)

We recently provided copies of eValid for use in coursework at Universidade Federal de Campina Grande (UFCG) and here are some comments by one of the students.

What course was this for at UFCG?
I'm currently taking undergraduate classes in the course of Computer Science at UFCG.

The professor name is Patricia Machado.

What was your goal for the demonstration.
The goal of the demonstration was to show to the crowd a demo of a tool. The teacher choose a bunch of tools test related, and I was asked to perform a demo of eValid.

What about eValid functionality did you show off and what were the impressions you got?
I've focused on the test functionality. Basically I've created a test on a website, then I've modified the website and ran the test again, showing that the test was resulting in a error.

Besides, I took a look on the performance analysis functionality, and I've really appreciated it.

I really enjoyed the [page] metrics.

What was the reaction of the others?
Everybody enjoyed the presentation, and the teacher was really impressed about all functionalities provided by eValid.

May we use your name and email address?
Sure you can, just let me know as soon as it happens, please.

I have nothing else to say, other than congratulates the team for the good job. I'm also very satisfied about this kind of contact you guys have provided me and I would be very glad if this kind of behavior keep coming.


Felipe Vieira,
UFCG Student