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Storm Runner Graphs and Load runner Graphs

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Hi All,

I am using both Loadrunner and Storm runner trail version for Performance testing.

Load runner has enormous Graphs, But StormRunner has few minimal Graphs.

How to get all the Graphs in Stormrunner, which are available on Loadrunner.

Can anyone help me on this.

 

Regards,

Arun BV

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Hi Arun,

As you know, these are 2 different products with different implementation of Analysis graphs.

Please see below the availability of the graphs per your questions

 1) Web Resources - does not exist in SRL

2) Web Page Diagnostics - exist in SRL. is part of the Client side breakdown report.

3) System Resources - for cloud LG in SRL: SRL does not actively monitor the LGs. you will get alerts on high CPU / MEM usage. for your AUT, you can use a number of APM tools starting from SiteScope and ending with Dynatrace. you can read more in the SRL documentation

4) Network Monitor - does not exist in SRL.

5) Web Server Resources - if you are referring to you AUT, see answer to question 3.

6) Web Application Server Resources - See question 5.

7) Network Virtualization. - NV capability exists out of the box in StormRunner Load. the graphs, however, are not part of SRL reporting capabilitles.

This can't be modified, meaning you can't get all of LR Analysis graphs in StormRunner Load, but it is constantly upgrpaded and you may see additions in future releases.

hope this helps,

Lior

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Hi Arun,

These are 2 different products, providong you 2 different analysis solutions.

it all depends on what you need in each business case.

can you elaborate what is missing for you in StormRunner Load? and why you need it?

Thanks,

Lior

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Hi  AvniLior,

Thank you for the reply ,

I need the below listed Graphs on StormRunner  to Monitor the System resources , web resources, Network resources, Web Server Resources.

 

1) Web Resources

2) Web Page Diagnostics

3) Shystem Resources

4) Network Monitor

5) Web Server Resources

6) Web Application Server Resources

7) Network Virtualization.

 

Can you help me on this.

 

Regards,

Arun BV

 

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Hi Arun,

As you know, these are 2 different products with different implementation of Analysis graphs.

Please see below the availability of the graphs per your questions

 1) Web Resources - does not exist in SRL

2) Web Page Diagnostics - exist in SRL. is part of the Client side breakdown report.

3) System Resources - for cloud LG in SRL: SRL does not actively monitor the LGs. you will get alerts on high CPU / MEM usage. for your AUT, you can use a number of APM tools starting from SiteScope and ending with Dynatrace. you can read more in the SRL documentation

4) Network Monitor - does not exist in SRL.

5) Web Server Resources - if you are referring to you AUT, see answer to question 3.

6) Web Application Server Resources - See question 5.

7) Network Virtualization. - NV capability exists out of the box in StormRunner Load. the graphs, however, are not part of SRL reporting capabilitles.

This can't be modified, meaning you can't get all of LR Analysis graphs in StormRunner Load, but it is constantly upgrpaded and you may see additions in future releases.

hope this helps,

Lior

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