Performance testing is aimed at verifying the system\u2019s performance requirements like response time, transactional throughput and number of concurrent users. Performance testing is used to accurately measure the end-to end performance of a system prior to go live.It includes the following:
The process of analyzing software application and supporting infrastructure to determine acceptable performance, scalability, capacity and transaction handling capabilities by modeling real world application usage conditions and execution them against the application and supporting infrastructure under test.
Loadrunner enables you to test your system under controlled and peak load conditions. To generate load, LoadRunner runs thousands of Virtual Users that are distributed over a network. Using a minimum of hardware resources, these Virtual Users provide consistent, repeatable, and measurable load to exercise your application just as real users would. LoadRunner\u2019s in-depth reports and graphs provide the information that you need to evaluate the performance of your application.
LoadRunner emulates an environment in which thousands of users work with a client/server system concurrently. To do this, LoadRunner replaces the human user with a virtual user (Vuser). The actions that the Vuser perform are described in a Vuser Script.
LoadRunner reduces the personnel requirements by replacing human users with virtual users orVusers. These Vusers emulate the behavior of real users\u2014 operating real applications.
LoadRunner automatically records the performance of the application during a test. You can choose from a wide variety of graphs and reports to view the performance data.
LoadRunner checks where performance delays occur: network or client delays, CPU performance, I/O delays, database locking, or other issues at the database server. LoadRunner monitors the network and server resources to help you improve performance.
Scripts represent recorded user actions issued by a browser to a web application during a web session. They are created by passing HTTP traffic through a proxy server then encoding the recorded data, which can be edited later for use in creating different scenarios.
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