HP Load Runner (LR) Online Training

Load Runner

HP Load Runner (LR) Online Training Load Runner is not only a pioneer tool in  but it is still a market leader in the Performance Testing paradigm. In a recent assessment, Load Runner has about 85% market share in the Performance Testing industry.

Load Runner is tightly integrated with other HP Tools like Unified Functional Test (QTP) & ALM (Application Life cycle Management) with empowers you to perform your end-to-end Testing Processes.

Load Runner works on the principle of simulating Virtual Users on the subject application. These Virtual Users also termed as V Users, replicate client’s requests, and expect a corresponding response to passing a transaction.

At Lara, we provide you on-hand experience with the software to make you understand the core concepts from scratch.

The outstanding productivity benefits of the HP LR training enable you to:

  • Understand the need for Load Runner (LR) and its testing process
  • Plan, create, enhance, and correlate automated V user (Virtual User) scripts using VuGen
  • Define and insert a Rendezvous point
  • Create, manage, and run the load test scenarios using the Controller
  • Schedule scenarios for load test execution
  • Generate the load against the application using the Generator
  • Use the Analysis tool to analyze load test results for detecting performance bottlenecks and preventing application performance problems
  • Target audience
  • Test managers/leads
  • Quality Assurance Engineers
  • Performance Engineers
  • Programmer Analyst
  • Executives involved in the load testing process
  • Automation testers and Functional testers willing to work on performance testing
  • Target Audience
    • Azure Developers.
    • Data scientists
    • IT professional
    • Students

Prerequisites

While there is no formal pre prerequisite for this training, But candidates with a strong interest in software testing or quality management are the ideal participants for this course. Knowledge of manual testing will be an added advantage.

Why Should I choose Lara Online Training?

  • We provide Very in-depth course material with Real Time Scenarios for each topic with its Solutions for, Performance Testing with HP Load Runner (LR) Online Training.
  •  At Lara, we provide case studies in real-time applications with a professional explanation.
  •  We do Schedule the sessions based upon your comfort by our Highly Qualified Trainers and Real-time Experts.
  •  Class recordings are available immediately after the session for future reference.
  •  We do Normal Track, Fast Track, and Weekend Batches for Performance Testing with HP Load Runner (LR) Online Training.
  •  We assist you with cost Effective and Flexible Payment Schemes.
  •  At Lara, we provide Placement Assistance.
  •  We provide Assessment and Mock Interviews

Architecture Basics

1
What is Architecture
2
The importance of Architecture for performance testing.
3
Understanding servers
4
Web/ APP/ DB Servers and their purpose
5
What is Protocol
6
Different types of protocols and understanding HTTP protocol.
7
Different types of Architectures
8
2- Tier, 3- Tier, N- Tier architecture.
9
Static Content, Dynamic Content

Introduction to Performance Testing

1
What is Testing – Functional Testing and non-Functional Testing?
2
What is Performance Testing?
3
Why Performance Testing?
4
Common Performance problems
5
Performance Testing process
6
Performance Testing phases / Life Cycle
7
Performance testing tools
8
Benefits of Performance Testing
9
Types of Performance Testing (Load, Stress, Volume, Endurance & Scalability)
10
Identifying the business scenarios for Performance Testing
11
Think time, rendezvous point, IP Spoofing
12
Workload Modeling

NFR gathering

1
What are Non- Functional requirements
2
Different types of Requirements – Product requirements & Process requirements
3
Deriving NFRs
4
NFRs Verifiability.
5
Performance testing requirements analysis
6
Collect performance requirements data
7
Infrastructure Data
8
Growth Data
9
Transaction Data
10
Workload pattern Data
11
Quality of Service (QoS) Data
12
Data retention Information.

Introduction to LoadRunner

1
What is LoadRunner?
2
Why LoadRunner?
3
LoadRunner Components
4
LoadRunner Protocols
5
Protocol Advisor
6
LoadRunner Architecture
7
How LoadRunner works?
8
Load Test Process

Vugen

1
What is Vugen?
2
Why Vugen?
3
Vugen Workflow
4
Vugen Recording options

Correlation

1
What is Correlation?
2
Why Correlation?
3
Web_reg_save_param() function
4
Web_reg_save_param() function with regular expression
5
How to identify which values to correlate
6
Correlation Rules

Checkpoints

1
What are checkpoints?
2
Types of checkpoints?

Transactions

1
What are Transactions?
2
Why Transactions?
3
Syntax with example
4
Nested Transactions with syntax and example
5
Transaction naming standards

Comments in the script

1
Why use comments in the scripts?
2
How to insert comments in the scripts?

Vugen Logs

1
Vugen logs
2
Recorded log
3
Replay log
4
Compilation errors
5
Runtime Data

Script Structure

1
Script Structure
2
Multiple action files
3
Script Rules

Parameterization

1
What is Parameterization?
2
Why Parameterization?
3
Objectives of Parameterization
4
Parameter types
5
Simulate Parameters
6
Parameter Properties
7
Parameter combinations

Basic C functions and LR functions

1
atoi()
2
itoa()
3
lr_eval_string()
4
lr_save_string()
5
lr_save_int()

RunTime Settings

1
Run Logic
2
Pacing
3
Log
4
Think Time
5
Speed Simulation
6
Browser Emulation
7
Proxy
8
Blocks – Multiple Actions
9
Think time vs Pacing

Script covering all topics

1
Web Tours application script which covers all the above topics.
2
Advanced scripts covering following topics
3
Using correlated parameters as an array.
4
Randomly picking values from drop-down list
5
How to create a File to store data?

Controller

1
What is Controller?
2
Different kind of Scenario’s (Basic Schedule, Real World Schedule, by group, by scenario)
3
Scenarios Creation.
4
Adding Load Generators and verifying the connectivity
5
Load Generators, Calculating the # of LGs for a load test.
6
Run Time settings
7
Executing the tests
8
Post-execution activity
9
Monitoring servers through controller
10
Windows resources.

Analyzer

1
What is Analyzer?
2
Auto Load Analysis
3
Session Explorer
4
90thPercentile
5
Analyzer Graphs
6
Analyzer Reports
7
Drill-down
8
Granularity
9
Auto Correlate
10
Cross Results
11
Merge Graphs
12
Web Page Diagnostics

Performance Bottleneck Analysis

1
What are Bottlenecks?
2
Sources of data
3
Traces
4
Counters
5
Load Testing tool data
6
Typical Parameters monitored for Bottleneck analysis
7
Bottleneck Analysis – Some Heuristics
8
Performance Tuning – A Sample Case Study

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