Effective with this release, a new product name was launched: LoadRunner Cloud replaces StormRunner Load. For more information about the product renaming, refer to this post, What's New - LoadRunner Cloud 2019.12.
LoadRunner Cloud’s engineering team follows a modern and effective continuous delivery approach, which allows us to deliver a version update approximately every 9 weeks. To ease the version tracking, starting with this release, the version number will be named based on the year and month that the update is delivered. This version release is 2019.12 (December 2019). Our next update is planned for 2020.02 (February 2020). Please stay tuned!
What’s new in LoadRunner Cloud v2019.12?
- New analysis module enhancements:
- Transaction response time breakdown metrics are now available in the dashboard
- You can view the list of errors, add them as a table in the dashboard, and copy an error message to your clipboard
- Response time trend comparison to a benchmark run has been added to the new report
- Pause scheduling during a load test run – You can now pause a load test's scheduling during a run so that you can better control the test's load while it is running
- Goal oriented mode enhancements – For the transactions per second goal type, set the number of transactions per second that are added and at what time interval
- Support for DevWeb scripts – TruWeb has been renamed as DevWeb. LoadRunner Cloud supports both new DevWeb scripts as well as older TruWeb scripts
- Automatic syncs of GIT scripts – An automatic sync option has been added to keep GIT scripts up to date in LoadRunner Cloud
- Enhanced Azure DevOps integration – When using the LoadRunner Cloud integration with Azure DevOps, upon completion of a task you can view a new artifact that is published on the Summary tab and a brief report on the LoadRunner Cloud tab as shown in the figure below
- New public API operations – Operations have been added that enable you to:
- Synchronize GIT scripts
- Allow users to enable and disable scripts in load test
- Create new load generators and assign scripts to them
- View and edit test settings such as license mode, run mode, log collection, goal oriented settings, and more.
- Enable pause scheduling for a load test and pause or resume a schedule during a run.
To see all the new features in LoadRunner Cloud 2019.12, check out the What’s New page.
If you want to try out LoadRunner Cloud for yourself, you can give it a go by signing up for the free 30-day trial.
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