Posts Tagged ‘Load Balancing’

Performance Testing TM1Web Applications with HP LoadRunner

If you’ve ever attempted to perform a performance test on a TM1 application, you know that there is not really an effective way to manually create sufficient load on a model. Getting “real users” to execute application operations – over and over again – is nearly impossible. Thankfully, an automated testing product can solve for […]

Configuring Network Load Balancing (NLB)

Let me just get this out of the way: I am not a big fan of Windows NLB (Network Load Balancing) clusters. They are not inteligent in the sense that they cannot tell when a node is not serving up a page properly, or a web application pool crashed for example.  Sometimes when you have a […]