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Performance Engineering news - Aug 2016

StormRunner Load 2.0 has just been released!
StormRunner Load 2.0, cloud load testing software, has just been released. Although it may be a small step for us, it has been a giant step for Enterprise Performance Testing. Born almost two years ago, and with release cycles every two months, StormRunner Load has emerged as a leading cloud performance testing solution. This software packs new and existing features with each release to become a more robust and mature enterprise-ready testing tool. StormRunner Load is simple - because it really takes just few minutes to sign up, upload scripts and start running tests. The software is smart - because it has powerful analytics and enhanced integration with many and various open source and proprietary software solutions. And it is scalable - because you can easily add 1M+ VUsers to make sure your app can handle the load. Read more…


The power of load testing IoT: requirements and tips
The Internet of Things is growing at an astronomical rate. This is why load testing these devices and the networks that serve them is vital. We recently had a discussion with a company looking to install smart (IoT) devices. Keep reading to find out what they discovered.


Velocity 2016 Santa Clara: 9 reasons this event is impactful for Performance Engineering
Waiting for the O’Reilly Velocity NY, learn more about the Santa Clara event and other cities coming to you soon here. You will also find: Schedule, Speaker slides and Recorded keynotes available. Read more...


Get a new way to manipulate JSON with load testing in LoadRunner
LoadRunner load testing software supports JavaScript as scripting language since release 12.50, however if a user wants to manipulate JSON within an existing C-script, this is more challenging. LoadRunner 12.53 introduces a series of new APIs to manipulate JSON in C language script, making the scripting process easier and quicker for the script developers. Read more...


LoadRunner and Continuous Integration: configuring Jenkins jobs in 5 easy steps
If the methodology of your product development includes continuous integration, you should be running performance tests as part of your build cycle. This post explains how you can configure a Jenkins job to run LoadRunner tests as a build step, and establish service level agreements (SLAs) that will cause the build to fail should these not be met. Follow these few steps to easily run performance testing within your environment.


Utilizing the NV Insights report during the performance testing process
How is the network affecting the application? What’s the difference in user experience while accessing the site from different geographical locations? The answers to these questions may be obtained by using a new feature in the integration of Performance Center with Network Virtualization, called the “NV Insights Report”. Read more…


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