CANCELED: Skillnet Part Funded JMeter Evening Course

BY : softtestireland - Tuesday, September 13th, 2011 at 8:19 pm

NOTE: THIS TRAINING HAS BEEN CANCELED BUT FEEL FREE TO CONTACT SUSAN IF YOUR INTERESTED IN IT IN FUTURE

SoftTest Ireland would like to announce an upcoming Skillnet funded JMeter course starting this October.

If you are interested please indicate your interest ASAP as we need to get numbers soon so we can confirm with our training partner that we have enough to run the course.

The total course cost will be 425 euro.

Please contact susan@isa-skillnet.com if you are interested in attending this course.

Only companies in the Republic of Ireland are eligible for the grant aid on these Skillnet courses

Day Date Time
Monday 10th October 17.30-19.30
Tuesday 11th October 17.30-19.30
Monday 17th October 17.30-19.30
Tuesday 18th October 17.30-19.30
Monday 24th October 17.30-19.30
Tuesday 25th October Not Running
OCTOBER BANK HOLIDAY
Monday 7th November 17.30-19.30
Tuesday 8th November 17.30-19.30
Monday 14th November 17.30-19.30

SS277 JMeter Training

Level: Introduction / Intermediate

Location: Online

Course Overview

After completing this course, delegates should be able to:

  • Identify what information needs to be gathered for load testing.
  • Identify the components of JMeter.
  • Apply the workflow recommended for creating a basic JMeter scenario.
  • Assign scripts, run-time settings, load generators and Vusers to a JMeter scenario based on your load testing goals.
  • Load test an application by running a scenario.

Trainee Group

The programme is intended for beginners or intermediate testers, leads who need to develop or improve automation techniques using JMeter.

Pre-Requisites

Your target audience should have the following:

  • Knowledge of various software applications
  • Regression testing concepts
  • Knowledge of different OS environments
  • Knowledge of different web browsers

General Content:

Introduction

  • History
  • The Future

Requirements

  • Java Version
  • Operating System

Running JMeter

  • JMeter’s Classpath
  • Using a Proxy Server
  • Non-GUI Mode
  • Distributed Mode
  • Overriding Properties via the Command Line
  • Logging and Error Messages

Building a Test Plan

  • Adding and Removing Elements
  • Loading and Saving Elements
  • Configuring Tree Elements
  • Running a Test Plan
  • Scoping Rules
  • Element of Test Plan
  • Thread Group
  • Controllers
  • Samplers
  • Logic Controllers
  • Listeners
  • Timers
  • Assertions
  • Configuration Elements
  • Pre-Processor Elements
  • Post-Processor Elements
  • Building a Web Test Plan
  • Adding Users
  • Adding Default HTTP Request Properties
  • Adding Cookie Support
  • Adding HTTP Requests
  • Adding Post-Processor for Correlation
  • Adding a Listener to View/Store the Test Results
  • Saving the Test Plan
  • Running the Test Plan
  • Building an Advance Web Test Plan
  • Handling User Sessions with URL Rewriting
  • Using a Header Manager
  • Building a Database Test Plan
  • Adding Users
  • Adding JDBC Requests
  • Adding a Listener to View/Store the Test Results
  • Saving the Test Plan
  • Running the Test Plan

Building a Web Service Test Plan

  • Adding Users
  • Adding Web Service Requests
  • Adding a Listener to View/Store the Test Results
  • Saving the Test Plan
  • Running the Test Plan
  • Building a Monitor Test Plan
  • Adding Server
  • Adding HTTP Auth Manager (Works only for Tomcat5 Build)
  • Adding HTTP Requests
  • Adding Constant Timer
  • Adding a Listener to View/Store the Test Results
  • Adding Monitor Results
  • Saving the Test Plan
  • Running the Test Plan
  • Listeners
  • Assertion Results
  • BeanShell Listener
  • Distribution Graph
  • Graph Full Results
  • Graph Results
  • Monitor Results
  • Simple Data Writer
  • Spline Visualizer
  • Aggregate Graph
  • Aggregate Report
  • Summary Report
  • View Results in Table
  • View Results Tree

Best Practice

  • Limit the Number of Threads
  • Where to Put the Cookie Manager
  • Where to Put the Authorization Manager
  • Using the Proxy Server to record test scripts
  • User variables
  • Reducing resource requirements
  • BeanShell server

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