load testing

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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.


We have run several different load tests for the Acushnet Golf company, primarily to evaluate the performance of their customized order management software. We were able to simulate a load of hundreds of users via Grinder, along with custom tools we developed such as Grinder Webtest.

Nordic Workstation

We did a series of load tests in order to simulate the performance effects of hundreds of users on a complex Adobe Flex stock ticker application. Scenarios were recorded using Grinder, capturing HTTP requests that we later customized to inject unique session identifiers for each user during playback.

SQA Management

Software Quality Assurance (SQA) is the process software developers use to ensure their products function as expected. SQA can also be used to make the software development process more efficient.

We can help your organization with any or all of the following aspects of SQA:

  • Unit Testing
  • Test Framework Development
  • Test Tool Integration
  • Functional Testing
  • Load Testing
  • Bug Tracking
  • Reporting

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

Grinder Webtest

This custom module for the Grinder load testing framework allows execution of Visual Studio "webtest" files. It supports parameterization, capturing of variables in HTTP responses, and response validation using regular expressions. Test scripts may be logically grouped into test sets, allowing them to share variables and captured values. Test sets can be run sequentially, randomly, in a specific thread, or according to a percentage-based weighting.

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