Performance Testing Citrix

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Load Testing and Citrix I wanted to write a high level overview of why performance testing with Citrix is different from other protocol adaptors and isn’t straightforward.  This is possibly one of the least popular protocols for performance engineers to load test because its simplicity ironically makes it complex. Citrix is designed to deliver secure fat […]

Citrix Protocol on LoadRunner – Tips and Tricks Part 3

I’ve previously published two articles on Tips and tricks helpful to performance test Citrix applications with Loadrunner. The articles can be found here -> Citrix Protocol on LR – Tips & Tricks (Part 1) Citrix Protocol on LR – Tips & Tricks (Part 2) In this article, I will cover the following: Remotely managing hung […]

Citrix Protocol on LoadRunner – Tips and Tricks Part 2

This blog is continuation to my last blog ‘Citrix Protocol on LoadRunner – Tips and Tricks Part 1’. In this article, I will discuss  more tips that can be helpful when working with the Citrix_ICA protocol and LoadRunner. Number of vusers per LoadGenerator Machine: A LoadGenerator machine can run only a limited number of Citrix […]

Citrix Protocol on LoadRunner – Tips and Tricks Part 1

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In this article, I am going to highlight some tips that can be helpful  to performance test engineers to effectively work on Citrix applications.  By understanding and implementing these points, script debug and test execution will be a lot easier. Points to consider while recording Citrix Vuser scripts simulate the Citrix ICA protocol communication between […]