A well-designed web application is not just how easy it is to use or how elegant it looks, there is an aspect often overlooked into the software design, “Applications Performance”. Performance is an essential part of the user experience for a vast number of users who expect “good performance” from their software application. To improve the software application performance, we can run performance testing using load generation tools, like JMeter. JMeter is an open source tool designed to run load and stress testing as well as measure response times and user concurrency.
The workshop provides a rich interactive learning experience in which attendees will learn to run performance tests using real software applications like web apps, database, and web-services. It’s not just about recording, and reproduction. The Instructor will deepen on JMeter hands-on elements, using real-world cases. This will also include but not limited to the following areas: Proxy Settings, Scripts recording, Assertions, Timers, Logic Controllers, Parametrization, Correlation, Results Analysis, Monitoring, and much more… To add to this, the workshop will also include creation of Test Plans for Databases, and web-services alike.