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Tarun Arora - Visual Studio ALM MVP ALM, Agile, Automation, Performance Testing, Software QA, Cloud, ... SDET Test Automation using Visual Studio 2010
Cloud Based Load Testing Using TF Service & VS 2013
One of the new features announced as part of the Visual Studio 2013 Ultimate Preview is ‘Cloud Based Load Testing’. In this blog post I’ll walk you through, What is Cloud Based Load Testing? How have I been using this feature? – Success story! Where can you find more resources on this feature? What is Cloud Based Load Testing? It goes without saying that performance testing your application not only gives you the confidence that the application will work under heavy levels of stress but also gives ......

Posted On Sunday, June 30, 2013 7:37 PM

VS2010 crashes when opening a vsp generated using VS 2012
I recently profiled some web applications using Visual Studio 2012, a vsp (Visual Studio Profile) file was generated as a result of the profiling session. I could successfully open the vsp file in Visual Studio 2012 as expected but when I tried to open the vsp file in Visual Studio 2010 the VS2010 IDE crashed. As a responsible citizen I raised bug # 762202 on Microsoft Connect site using the Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Feedback Client. Note – In case you didn’t already know, VSP generated in Visual ......

Posted On Saturday, September 15, 2012 11:29 AM

Fix for Failed to load results from the load test results store

You just set up the test rig and are about to fire a test off from your shiny new test rig and get hit with the following error message… "Failed to load results from the load test results store.The load test results repository was created with...."

Posted On Saturday, July 21, 2012 8:27 AM

Presenting to KolkataGeeks Harnessing the cloud for Performance Testing
Updated 29th June 2013: Microsoft is now previewing Load Test Service in TFS Service. Please check out more on the official offering by navigating to http://aka.ms/loadtfs I am presenting to the geekiest geeks in Kolkata a session on Leveraging Windows Azure for Performance Testing. You are welcome to join the session, details below. Speaker Tarun Arora, MVP Microsoft Visual Studio ALM and Visual Studio ALM Ranger Meeting URL: https://www.livemeeting.com... ......

Posted On Sunday, July 15, 2012 9:19 AM

Using IIS Logs for Performance Testing with Visual Studio
In this blog post I’ll show you how you can play back the IIS Logs in Visual Studio to automatically generate the web performance tests. You can also download the sample solution I am demo-ing in the blog post. Introduction Performance testing is as important for new websites as it is for evolving websites. If you already have your website running in production you could mine the information available in IIS logs to analyse the dense zones (most used pages) and performance test those pages rather ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 4, 2012 6:58 PM

Visual Studio Load Testing using Windows Azure
Updated 29th June 2013: Microsoft is now previewing Load Test Service in TFS Service. Please check out more on the official offering by navigating to http://aka.ms/loadtfs In my opinion the biggest adoption barrier in performance testing on smaller projects is not the tooling but the high infrastructure and administration cost that comes with this phase of testing. Only if a reusable solution was possible and infrastructure management wasn’t as expensive, adoption would certainly spike. It certainly ......

Posted On Sunday, July 1, 2012 11:18 AM

PPT Leveraging Azure for Performance Testing
Updated 29th June 2013: Microsoft is now previewing Load Test Service in TFS Service. Please check out more on the official offering by navigating to http://aka.ms/loadtfs I have recently presented a session on “How you can leverage Azure for Performance Testing” your application. It goes without saying that performance testing your application not only gives you the confidence that the application will work under heavy levels of stress but also gives you the ability to test how scalable the architecture ......

Posted On Sunday, June 24, 2012 6:54 PM

Part 3–Load Testing In the Cloud Automating Test Rig Deployment
Updated 29th June 2013: Microsoft is now previewing Load Test Service in TFS Service. Please check out more on the official offering by navigating to http://aka.ms/loadtfs Is this blog post worth your time? It’s not challenging setting up the Load Test Rig in the Cloud, it’s more challenging to convince enterprises to embrace the cloud. Not all enterprises will accept their business critical applications being profiled from a VM hosted outside their network. Though through Windows Azure Connect you ......

Posted On Saturday, December 3, 2011 1:05 PM

Part 2–Load Testing In The Cloud
Updated 29th June 2013: Microsoft is now previewing Load Test Service in TFS Service. Please check out more on the official offering by navigating to http://aka.ms/loadtfs Welcome to Part 2, In Part 1 we discussed the advantages of creating a Test Rig in the cloud, the Azure edge and the Test Rig Topology we want to get to. In Part 2, Let’s start by understanding the components of Azure we’ll be making use of followed by manually putting them together to create the test rig, so… let’s get down dirty ......

Posted On Sunday, November 27, 2011 2:41 PM

Part 1 - Load Testing In The Cloud
Updated 29th June 2013: Microsoft is now previewing Load Test Service in TFS Service. Please check out more on the official offering by navigating to http://aka.ms/loadtfs Azure is fascinating, but even more fascinating is the marriage of Azure and TFS! Introduction Recently a client I worked for had 2 major businesses critical applications being delivered, with very little time budgeted for Performance testing, we immediately hit a bottleneck when the performance testing phase started, and the in ......

Posted On Sunday, November 20, 2011 12:55 AM

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