Run 1,000's of Browser Users (BU's)
Realistic Loads Can Pinpoint Your Server-Stack Issues
Thursday, 27 January 2011
2:00 PM Eastern Time / 11:00 AM Pacific Time
QA/Testing/Tuning/Performance projects need to qualify performance of complex AJAX web applications -- within strict budget and time constraints -- to make sure their server-stack setups can meet the load.
The traditional methods of ramping up load, based on using HTTP/S simulations or "VUs", don't always work when asynchronous AJAX applications are involved. VU's don't do AJAX. You need a browser.
eValid server loading methods offer both quick-to-create, realistic, and fully synchronized AJAX functional tests. Plus you can lift those tests into performance/loading scenarios that can involve 100's or 1,000's or 10,000'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 full-reality AJAX tests quickly; how to adjust tests to be totally self-synchronizing under stressed AJAX conditions; how to incorporate tests in an eValid LoadTest scenario; how to launch 100's or 1,000's or 10,000's of Browser User (BU) instances; and, how to analyze consolidated performance summary data to identify server-stack bottlenecks.
This unique approach demonstrates how eValid becomes a genuine force multiplier in your web application performance testing efforts.
* eValid Architecture and Structure: How eValid functional and performance testing works.
* Functional Testing: How to make reliable recordings of AJAX applications.
* Making AJAX Tests "LoadTest Safe": How to augment tests for complete AJAX synchronization.
* Creating LoadTest Scenarios: How to use the LoadTest scenario editor to organize realistic LoadTest control scripts.
* Running LoadTests: How to launch single and multiple-instance runs using "cloud computing" resources.
* Finding Bottlenecks: How to read the LoadTest and other raw data to help spot server-stack issues.
You are cordially invited to attend this free Webinar.