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Performance is required in any business and there is a continuous search for professionals in Performance Testing. The course is…

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    Performance is required in any business and there is a continuous search for professionals in Performance Testing. The course is an elaborate understanding on how performance testing works with Jmeter and Loadrunner tools.

     

    Performance Testing Training is a year long with 30+ hours of high quality videos on performance testing tools. The course includes one fast track training video and access to scripts, assignments, interview questions, forums and email technical support. Understand the basics of performance training and its methods. The course goes into the depth of performance testing tools like Jmeter and Loadrunner-working with Vugen, the installation and working. Building a web test plan is always explained in a detailed part of the course. The tutorial ends the course with an elaborate understanding of Controller and Analysis.

    Trainer : Archana

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    Performance Testing Course Content

    Performance Testing Course Content

    Chapter 1: Performance Testing Introduction

    • 1.1 Requirements
    • 1.2 Java Version
    • 1.3 Installation
    • 1.4 Running JMeter
    • 1.5 JMeter’s Classpath
    • 1.6 Using a Proxy Server
    • 1.7 Non-GUI Mode
    • 1.8 Configuring JMeter

    Chapter 2: Building a Test plan

    • 2.1 Adding and Removing Elements
    • 2.2 Loading and Saving Elements
    • 2.3 Configuring Tree Elements
    • 2.4 Running a Test Plan

    Chapter 3: Elements of a Test plan

    • 3.1 Thread Group
    • 3.2 Controllers
    • 3.3 Generative Controllers
    • 3.4 Logic Controllers
    • 3.5 Listeners
    • 3.6 Timers
    • 3.7 Assertions
    • 3.8 Configuration Elements

    Chapter 4: Building a web test plan

    • 4.1 Adding Users
    • 4.2 Adding Default HTTP Request Properties
    • 4.3 Adding Cookie Support
    • 4.4 Adding HTTP Requests
    • 4.5 Adding a File Reporter to Store the Test Results
    • 4.6 Saving the Test Plan
    • 4.7 Running the Test Plan

    Chapter 5: Advance

    • 5.1 Building a Database Test Plan

    Chapter 6: LoadRunner Introduction

    • 6.1 Introducing LoadRunner
    • 6.2 Why should you automate performance test
    • 6.3 What are the LoadRunner components?
    • 6.4 Understanding LoadRunner Terminology
    • 6.5 LoadRunner Installation
    • 6.6 LoadRunner architecture
    • 6.7 Where to install LoadRunner components
    • 6.8 Identify hardware and software needed for
    • 6.9 What is the load testing process?
    • 6.10 Getting Familiar with HP Web Tours
    • 6.11 Application Requirements
    • 6.12 The Power of LoadRunner
    • 6.13 Creating the Load Test
    • 6.14 Running the Load Test
    • 6.15 Monitoring the Load Test
    • 6.16 Analyzing Results

    Chapter 7: Working with Vugen

    • 7.1 Overview
    • 7.2 VuGen Overview
    • 7.3 Vuser Overview
    • 7.4 Task Pane Overview
    • 7.5 Script Sections
    • 7.6 HP LoadRunner Licensing
    • 7.7 VuGen Code Overview
    • 7.8 VuGen Code Tools
    • 7.9 HP Service Test Features
    • 7.10 Multiple Protocol Scripts
    • 7.11 Online Resources
    • 7.12 How to Create a Vuser Script – Workflow
    • 7.13 How to Create a Business Process Report
    • 7.14 How to Compare Scripts Side by Side
    • 7.15 Vuser Types
    • 7.16 Keyboard Shortcuts
    • 7.17 Main User Interface
    • 7.18 Protocol Advisor
    • 7.19 Protocol Advisor Overview
    • 7.20 How to use the Protocol Advisor
    • 7.21 Protocol Advisor User Interface
    • 7.22 Recording
    • 7.23 Providing Authentication Information
    • 7.24 Script Directory Files
    • 7.25 Vuser Script Templates
    • 7.26 Script Sections
    • 7.27 How to Create or Open a Vuser Script
    • 7.28 How to Work with zip Files
    • 7.29 How to Import Code from a Script
    • 7.30 How to Record a Vuser Script
    • 7.31 How to Regenerate a Vuser Script
    • 7.32 How to Create and Open Vuser Script Temp
    • 7.33 Files Generated During Recording
    • 7.34 Recording User Interface
    • 7.35 Replaying and Debugging Vuser Scripts
    • 7.36 Replay Overview
    • 7.37 How to Replay a Vuser Script
    • 7.38 How to Run a Vuser Script from a Command
    • 7.39 How to Debug Scripts with Breakpoints
    • 7.40 How to Use Bookmarks
    • 7.41 Files Generated During Replay
    • 7.42 Replay User Interface
    • 7.43 Preparing Scripts for Load Testing
    • 7.44 Password Encoding
    • 7.45 Encrypting Text
    • 7.46 Transaction Overview
    • 7.47 Rendezvous Points
    • 7.48 Think Time
    • 7.49 How to Encrypt/Decrypt Text
    • 7.50 How to Encode a Password
    • 7.51 How to Create a Controller Scenario from
    • 7.52 How to Insert Transactions
    • 7.53 How to Display Transactions
    • 7.54 How to Prepare a Script for Load Testing
    • 7.55 How to Insert Steps into a Script
    • 7.56 Useful VuGen Functions
    • 7.57 Preparing Scripts for Load Test User Int
    • 7.58 Viewing Test Results
    • 7.59 Test Results Overview
    • 7.60 Customizing the Test Results Display
    • 7.61 How to Configure the Appearance of the T
    • 7.62 How to Open the Test Results of a Specif
    • 7.63 How to Find Steps in the Test Results
    • 7.64 Correlation
    • 7.65 Correlation Overview
    • 7.66 Correlation Vs Parameterization
    • 7.67 Automatic Correlation
    • 7.68 Determining Which Values to Correlate
    • 7.69 Wdiff Utility
    • 7.70 How to Correlate Scripts – Web (HTTP/HTM)
    • 7.71 How to Search for Values that Need Corre
    • 7.72 How to Manually Correlate Web Scripts
    • 7.73 Parameters
    • 7.74 Parameter Overview
    • 7.75 Parameter Types
    • 7.76 Recording Options
    • 7.77 Port Mapping Overview
    • 7.78 Port Mapping Auto Detection
    • 7.79 EUC-Encoding (Japanese Windows only)
    • 7.80 Script Generation P Overview
    • 7.81 Script Language Options
    • 7.82 Recording Levels Overview
    • 7.83 Run-Time Settings
    • 7.84 Run-Time Settings Overview
    • 7.85 Error Handling
    • 7.86 Content Checking Overview
    • 7.87 Logging Server Messages
    • 7.88 Multithreading

    Chapter 8: Controller

    • 8.1 Planning Load Test Scenarios
    • 8.2 Load Test Planning Overview
    • 8.3 Load Testing Objectives
    • 8.4 How to Plan a Load Test
    • 8.5 How to Analyze the Application
    • 8.6 How to Define the Load Test Objectives
    • 8.7 Designing Scenarios
    • 8.8 Load Test Scenario s Overview
    • 8.8 Manual Scenarios
    • 8.9 Goals Types for Goal-Oriented Scenarios
    • 8.10 How to Design a Goal-Oriented Scenario
    • 8.11 How to Design a Manual Scenario
    • 8.12 How to Change the Scenario Mode (Manual)
    • 8.13 How to View/Modify Scripts in the Scenar
    • 8.14 Vuser Statuses
    • 8.15 Design View User Interface
    • 8.16 Load Generators
    • 8.17 Load Generators Overview
    • 8.18 Load Balancing
    • 8.19 How to Add Load Generators to a Scenario
    • 8.20 How to Modify Load Generator Details
    • 8.21 How to Connect/Disconnect a Load Generat
    • 8.22 Scheduling Manual Scenarios
    • 8.23 Scheduling Manual Scenarios Overview
    • 8.24 Scheduling by Scenario or Group
    • 8.25 Schedule Run Modes
    • 8.26 How to Define a Schedule for the Scenario
    • 8.27 How to Add Actions to the Scenario Schedule
    • 8.28 How to Edit Schedule Actions
    • 8.29 RUNNING LOAD TEST SCENARIOS
    • 8.30 Configuring Scenario Options
    • 8.31 Configuring Scenario Options Overview
    • 8.32 Expert Mode
    • 8.33 Run-Time File Storage Locations
    • 8.34 Before Running Your Scenario
    • 8.35 How to Prepare a Scenario to Run
    • 8.36 Scenario Pre-Run Configuration User Inter
    • 8.37 Running Scenarios
    • 8.38 Running Scenarios Overview
    • 8.39 How to Run a Scenario
    • 8.40 Control Vusers During a Scenario
    • 8.41 Run – Use-Case Scenario252
    • 8.42 Online Monitor Graphs
    • 8.43 Online Monitor Graphs Overview
    • 8.44 How to Display Online Monitor Graphs
    • 8.45 How to Customize Online Graph and Measure
    • 8.46 How to Manage Online Graphs
    • 8.47 Available Graphs Tree

    Chapter 9:Analysis

    • 9.1 Introduction to Analysis
    • 9.2 Analysis Overview
    • 9.3 Analysis Basics
    • 9.4 Analysis Graphs
    • 9.5 Configuring Analysis
    • 9.6 Summary Data Versus Complete Data
    • 9.7 Configuration Options User Interface
    • 9.8 Configuring Graph Display
    • 9.9 Sorting Graph Data Overview
    • 9.10 How to Customize the Analysis Display
    • 9.11 How to Customize the Analysis Display
    • 9.12 Configuring Graph Display User Interface
    • 9.13 Filtering and Sorting Graph Data
    • 9.14 Filtering Graph Data Overview
    • 9.15 Sorting Graph Data Overview
    • 9.16 Filter Conditions
    • 9.17 Filter Conditions User Interface
    • 9.18 Working with Analysis Graph Data
    • 9.19 Drilling Down in a Graph
    • 9.20 Changing the Granularity of the Data
    • 9.21 Viewing Measurement Trends
    • 9.22 Auto Correlating Measurements
    • 9.24 How to Manage Graph Dat
    • 9.25 Analysis Graph Data User Interface
    • 9.26 Viewing Load Test Scenario Information
    • 9.27 Viewing Load Test Scenario Information
    • 9.28 How to Configure Controller Output Messa
    • 9.29 Load Test Scenario User Interface
    • 9.30 Cross Result and Merged Graphs
    • 9.31 Cross Result and Merged Graphs Overview
    • 9.32 Cross Result Graphs Overview
    • 9.33 Merging Types Overview
    • 9.34 How to Generate Cross Results Graphs
    • 9.35 How to Generate Merged Graphs
    • 9.36 Merge Graphs User Interface
    • 9.37 Transaction Graphs
    • 9.38 Vuser Graph
    • 9.39 Error Graph


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