This course covers fundamentals of Performance engineering and Performance Testing along with detailed features of J meter from Client requirement to planning your load test scenarios, Creating distributed modal, Developing scripts, Scenario execution, Bottleneck identification, recommendation and Performance tuning.
The course covers real-world best practices for effective use of the software. Throughout the course practical examples are demonstrated, and the delegates get to practice what they have learned in each chapter with hands-on exercises.In addition one day optional lab-based practical is also offered, which gives you the opportunity to perform complete End to End Performance Test Life cycle (PTLC)
The course is intended for anyone new to J meter.
- Basic knowledge of Software testing.
- Basics of programming language preferred one is Java and Application Architecture.
Who Should Attend ?
- Software test engineers
- Software developers involved in agile development
- QA engineers (manual and automation testing).
- QA managers
Upon completion of this course, you will learn:
- What are the Performance Testing and engineering Fundamentals
- Various Performance testing types and their objectives
- How to Decode client requirement from Performance Testing perspective
- How to create Load distributed diagram
- How To Plan performance testing
- How to create Virtual Users using J meter
- How to create J meter scenarios
- How to execute a J meter scenario?
- How to Monitor and analyse your tests results?
- How to perform complete Performance Test Life cycle?
- How to identify performance Bottleneck identification,
- System Tuning techniques and recommendations
About Trainer :
CSTE and HP AIS Certified Software Test Lead having around 10 + Years of testing experience specific to performance testing with Load runner, VSTS, Jmeter, OpenSTA as well as functional testing.
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Excellent Trainer !
Ravindra, Tech Mahindra