LoadRunner Training by gcrqtp


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									                  LoadRunner 11
SUMMARY:         This courses focuses on using LoadRunner to load test
Web applications. You will create test scenarios and run them using
the LoadRunner Controller. You will use the LoadRunner Analysis
component to interpret load test results. The information gathered
during planning is used to create and enhance scripts specific to Web
applications using the Virtual User Generator (VuGen) component of
LoadRunner. All topics are supported by hands-on exercises designed
to provide you with the knowledge to load test your applications in the
Web environment.

• Quality Assurance Engineers
• Performance Engineers
• Users who need to write automated scripts to load/stress/debug
their applications in the Web environment.

• High level knowledge of Web client/server paradigm
• Knowledge of Windows 2000 or Windows NT
• Programming in C, VB or Java

DURATION:      30 Hours

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
• Discuss the value of load / Stress testing
• Plan for effective load testing
• Establish load test goals
• Develop Scripts in VuGen
• Run load test scenarios
• Load and overload when executing scenarios
• Analyze and interpret load test results
• Create Web Virtual users using VuGen
• Read VuGen Web code
• Measure specific business processes
• Verify functionality under load
• Parameterize scripts to handle user input data
• Customize scripts by adding VuGen functions
• Correlate script to process server-returned data

                      COURSE CONTENT:
I.     Planning an Effective Load Test

•     Core Activities of performance testing
•     Key types of Performance testing
•     Nonfunctional requirements gathering
•     LoadRunner Installation and Licensing policy discussion
•     LoadRunner components and Protocol discussion
•     Manual load test vs. LoadRunner solution

II.    Recording

•     Structure the script based on planning
•     Use VuGen to record a Vuser script for Web
•     environment
•     Describe HTML and URL recording levels
•     When to use HTML and/or URL recording levels

III.    Playback

•     Identify the appropriate Web Run-time settings to set
•     Configure Web Run-time settings to run the script
•     Verify Vuser script functionality in VuGen

IV.     Actions and Transactions

•     Create multiple actions in a Vuser script
•     Configure actions to achieve load testing goals
•     Add Transactions to measure response times

V. Parameters
• Solve playback problems by parameterize the script

VI.     Checkpoints

•     Identify visual cues to check for during load testing
•     Add Text Checkpoints during and after recording

VII.     Manual Correlation

•     Distinguish between available correlation methods
•     Correlate a script manually using correlation
•     functions

VIII.     Correlation During and After Recording

•     Correlation after recording
•     Use the Scan for correlation tool
•     Correlate data during recording
•     Define rules for correlation in Recording Options
•     Enable correlation during recording
IX.     Introduction to Scenarios
•     Explain elements that make a LoadRunner scenario
•     Identify different types of scenarios
•     How to choose the scenario
•     Present the basic steps for creating a scenario

X.     Using Run-Time Settings

•     Script and Scenario Run-time settings
•     Configure Run-time settings in the Controller

XI.     Scenario Execution

•     Prepare for a scenario run
•     Identify techniques to efficiently run a scenario

XII.     Scheduling Scenarios

•     Scheduling by group and by scenario
•     Prepare VuGen User (Vuser) initialization
•     Configure duration scheduling
•     Configure scenario ramp up and ramp down

XIII.     Analysis

•     Analysis
•     Adding graphs in Analysis and creating Reports
•     Performance Counters for O/S and database
•     Windows performance monitoring tool - Perfmon
•     Performance Center overview

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