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Set Your API Performance on Fire With BlazeMeter

BlazeMeter, continuous testing platform,  is a perfect solution for your performance needs. BlazeMeter is an open-source tool that supports Web, Mobile and API implementations. You can perform large scale load and performance testing with the ability to tweak parameters to suit your needs. We will learn step by step process on using BlazeMeter for API […]

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API Testing with Apache JMeter: Comprehensive Guide

APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) indeed play a crucial role in modern software development, enabling different applications to interact and exchange data seamlessly. In the contemporary world of technology, APIs have evolved into the fundamental backbone of modern software businesses, serving as the essential means of communication and data exchange between various applications. While you may […]

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Moving to the Cloud? Here’s What You Need to Load!

Migrating an application to the cloud can help build more scalability, reliability, and security all while reducing the overall management and costs of your infrastructure.  To fully capitalize on these benefits, your migration process should include a Load Testing step. The Different Types of “Load” Testing The term Load Testing gets thrown around quite a […]

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Simulate High-Scale Load for Applications with Azure Load Testing

Azure Load Testing Performance and Load testing are an integral part of the Software Development Life Cycle. These tests can be used to find performance bottlenecks, help right-size infrastructure, find the correct thresholds when setting up scaling mechanisms, and see how your application will react under an excessive load. Consider a retail eCommerce application gearing […]

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Sitecore Symposium 2019: Punch it Chewie

This session was presented by Matthew Dubbs, Sitecore test specialist, and Jason St-Cyr, Sitecore manager, test evangelists. Overall, the session discussed getting more out of your installation and performance testing. Here are my key takeaways: Why performance test? Avoid late night support calls Being down is bad: Amazon was down for 15 minutes in July […]

A User’s Guide to Implementing Service Virtualization

Service virtualization is the process of creating imitation of real components with help of some service contract, which can, within the realms of real service contract, enable efficient performance advantages to complete service development itself. Different Ways to Create Virtual Services What is service virtualization: in any software delivery life-cycle, no two layers of services are […]

Performance Testing Framework for Websphere Message Broker

With this post, I will cover performance testing framework for Websphere Message Broker. Tools Used: Tools used to do the performance testing of ESB interfaces: Jmeter SupportPac IS03 The following section will brief the tools that are used in the ESB Performance test plans. Jmeter: Jmeter is an open source Apache Software used for load […]

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 […]

Cognos TM1 Off-Site Testing Recommendations

General Coordination From a general testing perspective, consider the following: Identify and visit the test site before the planned testing days Establish an “onsite” coordinator – usually someone associated with the facility (hotel or facilities manager, perhaps) who will be responsible for any facility provided accommodations Inspect and Validate any and all facility provided accommodations […]

Software Remediation Excellence

Overview The purpose of this post is to provide a strategy for approaching and resolving a “concern” that has been identified within a application. Overall, the idea is to “add structure” to the process of responding to defects (remediation) in your application. Steps to Remediation Using a resolution methodology referred to as CERT, the steps […]

Autonomous Performance Tuning

I was recently asked by a former colleague of mine to help conduct an appraisal of a large scale Cognos TM1 development project that is planning on sourcing all kinds of data from a large Oracle RDMS. In addition to the “normal” review objectives (is the design appropriate? are best practices being followed? will the […]

Performance Profiling with Cognos TM1

Profiling As my last post promised, I’m continuing the performance testing discussion with my thoughts on performance profiling. What is profiling? Profiling is the extrapolation of information about something, based on known qualities (baselines) to determine its behavior (performance) patterns. In fact, performance profiling is determining the average time and/or resources required to perform a […]

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