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Pulte Homes

We have performed ongoing load tests of Pulte's internal home selection and property maintenance applications, using a variety of tools including LoadRunner and Visual Studio.

Load Testing & Monitoring

Load Testing is the use of multiple "virtual users" to observe how a software application responds under load. Load Testing is most commonly used for applications to verify that the emulation of peak period business processes can handle a specific number of users.

Automation Excellence's engineers have a broad base of experience load testing many types of applications on a variety of delivery platforms:

  • Siebel
  • Oracle NCA
  • Oracle 2 Tier
  • DB2 CLI
  • Oracle Web 11i
  • SQL Server
  • Winsock
  • SOAP
  • Citrix

The Grinder

After getting into OpenSTA, we're switching to The Grinder for our opensource performance testing. Thought this was interesting:

1.1.3. How does The Grinder stack up against a commercial tool like Mercury Interactive's LoadRunnerâ„¢?

Here is an edited version of Tom Braverman's post to grinder-use.

A few reasons:

* The Grinder is lightweight

Compared to setting up LoadRunner or some other full featured tools, The Grinder is trivial to install and get running.
* The Grinder is a programmer's load tester

LoadRunner Timestamps

For simplicity's sake, the following are some timestamps you can use in LoadRunner:
    lr_save_datetime("%m/%d/%y 00:00:00", DATE_NOW + ONE_DAY + ONE_DAY, "in_two_days");
    lr_save_datetime("%m/%d/%y 00:00:00", DATE_NOW + ONE_DAY , "in_one_day");
    lr_save_datetime("%m/%d/%y %H:%M:%S", DATE_NOW + ONE_HOUR + ONE_HOUR, "in_two_hours");
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