LoadRunner Cloud 2020.02 – Extends analysis capabilities for Agile and DevOps teams

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levins_0-1582584547060.pngThe Micro Focus Performance Testing team is pleased to introduce the newest version of our cloud-based performance testing solution – LoadRunner Cloud 2020.02.

We have officially released the new cutting edge dashboard and report modules that significantly extend LoadRunner Cloud’s application performance analysis capabilities! 

What’s new in LoadRunner Cloud v2002.02?  

  • New analysis module enhancements – the new Dashboard and Report are now the primary and default analysis modules. The following analysis capabilities were added:
    • A new Transaction Summary table with a summarized view of transaction data is available both during and after a test run.
    • Dashboard layout configurations are now maintained between runs of the same load test.
  • Runtime settings for load tests now include error handling and automatic transactions.
  • Iterations run mode enhancements have been added:
    • Pause scheduling feature can now be used.
    • Non-VuGen scripts including JMeter, Gatling and Selenium are now supported.
  • New Public API operations have been added:
    • Configure manual and advanced ramp up and tear down settings
    • Get all pending schedules in a project.

To see all the new features in LoadRunner Cloud 2002.02, 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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