Monday, June 18, 2012

Webinar: Load Testing Mobile Apps


Load Testing Mobile Apps

Run 1,000's of Mobile Browser Users
Full AJAX Realism
Any Mobile Device
Identify Performance Bottlenecks
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Wednesday, 27 June 2012
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.

Webinar
Topic
Summary
  • 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.
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3 comments:

Conry Lavis said...

this is so much more than i needed!!! but will all come in use thanks!!
Mobile Application Development

Rock Den said...

Mobile Application Testing can be the good testers for any app when they report any bug they faced, but it can also let them think app is not bug free and cannot be useful for them. It will stop them using the app and next time they will think twice to buy an app from your side.

Sarah Taylor said...

Mobile testing applications are used to identifying the errors in applications. In Mobile application development, testing applications passed and clarified before to launch in market.