There’s an ongoing debate in the applications development world on whether front end or back end testing is the most effective method. However, the discussion shouldn’t be just about where the testing takes place, but rather about the ease of use and effectiveness of the tool. Traditional testing solutions must tunnel into existing application databases
Installing Citrix XenApp 7.5 on Windows Server 2012 This blog will demonstrate my process of installing XenApp 7.5 on a Windows Server 2012. It is important that the account being used to install XenApp is part of a domain, this is necessary in order to manage Citrix Studio. In this article the installation process will
A few years ago, one of the companies I worked with created a “Production Application Support Team”, or PAST. These were the sysadmins and programmers intended as the next line of support after the helpdesk, who could triage some problems and perhaps actually fix them.
By Matthew Heusser Hello; I am Matt Heusser, a risk management consultant and sometimes writer. You can learn more about me at xndev.com. The folks at NRG Global have asked me to start blogging for them because their place in the community aligns with mine. We are both interested in minimizing software quality risk by
Last week I put out the Black Swan In The Enterprise, which argued that most uptime planning comes from the ability to predict the future — and sometimes, the future is wildly different that you would have predicted. Things fall apart; the centre does not hold — and they fall apart very differently than what
Recently, I was invited to observe a colleague’s monthly stress test exercise. There is a large room filled with mangers and technicians, experts in various aspects of the system, general network specialists, application specialists, customer support representatives and a collection of people with backgrounds in various aspects of testing.
If you’ve done any performance testing, or even seen a demo, you are probably familiar with the “big line graph” that is created as the test runs. A Typical Response Time Graph The typical scenario is simple: Have the load tool start with one simultaneous user running a script. Then add a new user, say, every thirty
Many of our clients have enterprise applications that are accessed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Their applications may be accessed remotely from all over the world. In such cases, total users could number in the thousands.
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