LoadRunner Cloud 2022.03 – Release Notes

by Micro Focus Employee in Application Delivery Management

Written by Sharon Levin, LoadRunner Cloud, Product Manager

The Micro Focus Performance Engineering team is pleased to introduce the newest version of our cloud-based performance engineering solution – LoadRunner Cloud 2022.03. 

This release includes enhanced user interface and a lot of new content that enhance integrations with third party tools, extends protocols support, new and enhanced test operations capabilities and more.


Below you can find the main new capabilities and enhancements included in the new version, LoadRunner Cloud 2022.03.

What’s new in LoadRunner Cloud 2022.03?   

Enhanced user interface – initiated an exciting new project to modernize and enhance the user interface. In this release a new top navigation menu is introduced allowing users to search the Help Center, access the support system in My Account, access the tenant management area, view notifications and exports and access scripting tools, CI plugins, agents, and Public APIs.

Enhanced JMeter integration – a separate script is created automatically per each thread group when adding a JMeter script to a load test. This automatic operation saves time for users that, prior to this release, had to perform several manual steps to perform similar operation.

Upgraded support for Selenium and Gatling – added support for Gatling (3.7.4) and Selenium (4.1.0).

Restart failed Vusers – users can manually restart Vusers that failed during the test run. This new capability adds a great flexibility for test operations and can eliminates a need to stop and rerun a test to achieve the desired Vusers rate.

Protocols support update – the following protocols are now supported: RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol), RTE (Remote Terminal Emulator) and Winsock (Windows Sockets).

Enhanced Transaction Summary table capabilities – changes in the dashboard time slider such as dragging, stretching, or shrinking it to zoom to a specific time frame will now be reflected in the Transaction Summary table. This new capability will allow users to identify abnormal performance behaviors more easily in runtime and post run.

Load test configuration history (beta) – a new History tab providing relevant data about changes made to the load test's configuration. The provided data in the History tab allows users to correlate unexpected results in a specific test run with a prior test configuration change made by certain user.

The above is only some of the highlights in this release, there is so much more valuable and innovative capabilities such as:

  • Reload a script from Git
  • Enhanced Azure DevOps integration
  • Enhanced DevWeb support
  • Assign multiple data files to scripts
  • New public API operations
  • Refresh view for load generators
  • Enhanced License Summary report
  • Support for LoadRunner 2022

To learn more about all of the new features in LoadRunner Cloud 2022.03, check out the What’s New page.

If you want to check out LoadRunner Cloud for yourself, you can give it a try by signing up for the free 30 day trial.


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