Good automation is code development
Functional test automation is beyond mere capture and playback. It is about writing code exploiting the power of the tool that can be easily leveraged, managed and maintained. It is about having a deep understanding of the features, libraries/components enabling you to identify workarounds for aspects that may be directly be enabled by the tool.
…was very precise and clear, it has added value to my career, training of this kind are definitely useful…
…session was very good and it answered most of my questions, encouragement on hands-on has given us lot more confidence in handling the tool.
Anita Nayak, Novell Software
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This program is delivered in two modes:
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Brief about the workshop
This workshop will help you understand Apache JMeter, an open source software for load test functional behavior and measure performance. How to use JMeter to test performance both on static and dynamic resources (files, Servlets, Perl scripts, Java Objects, Data Bases and Queries, FTP Servers and more). How to simulate a heavy load on a server, network or object to test its strength or to analyze overall performance under different load types.
- Load & Performance testing, usage profile, different tools, differences
- Introduction to JMeter, features, limitations
- Record and Playback
- HTTP Sampler
- Reports, listeners
- Data driven testing
- Config elements
- JDBC Config element (For Database)
- Configuring the thread group (Increasing the concurrent users or Ramp-up times)
- Logical controllers
- Usage of Regular expressions to read data from the HTTP response
- Usage of assertions for verifying the output in HTTP response
- Common JMeter challenges
- Applying Thinktimes in JMeter
- Distribution of load in JMeter
At the end of this workshop, you will have deep knowledge of the JMeter tool and should be able to write good JMeter scripts.
Software developer, QA and test automation staff. Programming knowledge will be an advantage.
Awareness of Load & Performance testing concepts.
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