The Micro Focus Performance Engineering team is pleased to introduce the newest version of our cloud-based performance engineering solution – LoadRunner Cloud 2021.01.
We are excited to kick off the new year 2021 with this release, containing new and enhanced capabilities in our areas of focus such as cloud expansion, enhanced integration and collaboration with support for secret keys, optimize and simplify load testing operation by manually assigning number of Vusers to on-premises load generators, and much more.
Below you can find the entire list of new capabilities and enhancements included in the new version, LoadRunner Cloud v2021.01.
What’s new in LoadRunner Cloud v2021.01?
- The test initialization time was reduced for Azure cloud load generators.
- New locations added for cloud load generators: Bahrain on AWS and Dubai on Azure.
- LoadRunner Cloud now supports the latest version of the LoadRunner family of products, version 2021.
- Added support for Silk Performer protocol scripts.
- DevWeb scripts now support rendezvous points.
- Enhanced Online script editing – auto-completion is now supported for DevWeb.
- For each script in the test, you can manually assign the number of Vusers that will run on an on-premises load generator.
- OAuth 2.0 support – access keys can be used with the Public API, On-premises load generators, and LoadRunner Cloud agents for secured authentication.
- You can now choose to disable SLAs by default for your tests.
- Enhancing the recently added report templates capability (link) by adding a new Public API operation to download report using a pre-defined template.
To see all the new features in LoadRunner Cloud 2021.01, check out the What’s New page.
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