|Oct 12, 2020||Mon and Wed||7:00 P.M - 10:00 P.M EST||-|
>>Module 1 Overview of enterprise applications and N-Tier Infrastructure
>>Module 2 Operating System –Windows Server 2012/2016, Unix
>>Module 3 Networking, Active Directory and DNS
>>Module 4 Power Shell Scripting, Batch Scripting
>>Module 5 Incident, Problem and Change Management process
>>Module 6 Manual Testing
>>Module 7 Test Strategy and Defect Management
>>Module 8 Test Management Tools
>>Module 9 Backend Testing
>>Module 10 Database tools
>>Module 11 Performance Testing Tool – JMeter
>>Module 12 Performance Testing Tool – HP Load Runner
>>Module 13 Load Testing with MS Visual Studio
>>Module 14 Monitoring Tools
>>Module 15 API Testing
>>Module 16 Security Testing
>>Module 17 Boot Camp
• Boot Camp with real world project
>>Module 18 Job Placement
• Resume Writing
• Project Analysis
• Interview Preparation
• Mock Interview
This Performance Test Engineering course is an intensive hands-on course is designed to provide an introduction to the complexities of software performance testing and delivers testing skills that participants can immediately apply back on the job. Using a real-world case study, students will encounter issues, decisions, and testing experiences comparable to those in real-world work environment. Working through a series of discussion-based exercises students will develop a workable strategy for performance testing an application/system. The focus of the exercises is on analysis of a situation and understanding the planning and design issues associated with performance testing. This course will also focus on problem analysis, tuning, debugging, or tools. This course extends beyond the simple use of a tool to look at the nature of performance testing, the challenges surrounding performance testing and how to overcome these challenges to make the performance testing more effective. This course focuses on what performance testing really is, how it should be carried out and how it should be managed.
This course will provide Performance Testing Tools like HP Load Runner , HP Performance Center , JMeter ,MS Visual Studio and monitoring tools like HP SiteScope , MS SCOM .
Hands-on exercises are used to demonstrate each feature and the student will gain first-hand experience in the lab required to become a successful performance test engineer .
WHY NEED PERFORMANCE TESTER?
Performance and responsiveness of an application plays an important role in the current market. Performance testing helps businesses recognize the efficiency and effectiveness of the targeted goal of the product in real time.
This test helps in reducing the cost of production by creating an awareness of the deficiencies which might be present in the product, or elements that could create problems in the future.
The threat of a system going live without sufficient performance testing could lead to issues like the system running slow when multiple users access it. This affects usability, and thereby the sales goals.
The major highlight of performance system is that it helps the tester determine how fast the different aspects of a system function when it meets the real world performance criteria.
The testing involves a number of quantitative tests conducted in a lab, measuring the response time of the system, the MIPS (millions of instructions per second) the system can handle and so on.
A user will experience delay or frustration when the system gets slow due to traffic congestion, and you cannot afford to let something like that happen. Applications with poor performance metrics are not likely to meet the expected sales goals, and will gain a bad reputation. Checking the application’s performance and observing whether the application can handle commendable load time and site speed are very crucial to success.
Through such testing, teams will also be able to analyze the speed of the system during seasonal spikes, and even predict the quality of performance.
The other benefits of doing performance testing are:
>>Determines the Productivity: The key principle of generating software success is by ensuring a solid software foundation. Through performance testing, you can gain inputs on whether the hardware or production configuration needs to be changed or improved before it is released in a live environment.
>>Provides Information about the Response Time: This kind of software testing is not about the failure or success of the project. It is almost like a technical evaluation of the project as against speed, responsiveness, scalability, speed and stability.
>>Improves Optimization and Load Capability: More than half of your users expect their apps to load within the time span of two seconds. Unless you are able to create an impression within this short time span, users might shut down the app. By measuring the performance, the tester can check whether the software can deal with the volume of requests. Through testing, you can improve optimization and tailor the capacity to handle demand.
>>Verifies the Claims of the Developer: The developer is the person closest to the system and thus understands it much better. Through performance testing, it would be easy to analyze the developer’s claims regarding the product, and checking the system’s responsiveness, reliability and throughput at different loads.
>>Helps in Gaining Trust :When bottlenecks are identified by performance monitoring and cleared successfully, it helps in gaining trust, both by the users and the testers. As the idea is to inculcate trust among the users, you need to ensure that they stay on or come back after the first visit. Only a fully functional app will generate trust, so make sure regular load and stress testing is done successfully.
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