Automation and DevOps

Using PureLoad and PureTest for both manual and automated tests does lead to significant savings in test-time.

PureLoad Test Automation and DevOps

Using the PureLoad Runner you can automate your performance tests.

The first step to automate a load test is creating the actual test scenario (test case). This is done using the Console (graphical user interface). When you have working test scenarios, you save these to file. Once the test has been created and saved, you can execute your tests using the provided Runner command line interface or use the Runner Java API to integrate with a test framework.

The PureLoad Runner is available with PureLoad Enterprise as well as PureLoad Enterprise Developers Edition. Read more about the automation support in our documentation.

Having the automation support available also for PureLoad Enterprise Developers Edition gives you a low cost option to build assurance against basic performance degradation already during early test activities like build tests.

PureLoad and DevOps

With automation possible both for PureTest and PureLoad it is now possible to close the DevOps bridge in a smart and cost effective manner.

Test cases that have been developed for execution in a function test environment (PureTest) or in a performance test environment (PureLoad) can easily be automated. The same test cases can also be run in the Operations environment during live operation.

When using the same test cases in all environments you simply change load servers and monitor points in the operations environment . In this way you get data so you can compare results from the development environment with results from the live operations environment.

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