Revisiting Performance Testing Basics

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In this article, I have attempted to clarify some basic and most important terminologies and concepts pertaining to performance and the load testing arena. The Performance of web sites is increasingly becoming important. Companies are realising the importance of snappy performance. Losses caused to businesses due to poor performance issues can be huge (including the company’s image). […]

HTML Mode Vs URL mode of recording in HTTP/HTML protocol

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There are two recording modes available in LoadRunner to record the user actions of a Web Application. These are: HTML mode URL Mode HTML mode – In this mode of recording, each USER ACTION is recorded as a separate request.  This is also called as Context based recording of the Web Application. Assume a case […]

Loadrunner vs JMeter – feature comparison

This time I present a brief comparison of two load-testing tool: Loadrunner (as called “the industry standard load testing tool”) and its open-source “counterpart” the Apache JMeter. Why are exactly these two pieces compared? I made a quick research at indeed.com to find out the global demand on load testing Profollica professionals. We can conclude, […]