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Kicking off 2016 with a bang, StormRunner Load’s latest 1.8 version is full of cool new features to make you a real jedi of performance testing.

Posted By Kristina Avrionova, Wednesday, January 20, 2016

From improved analytics to better integration, here is a quick rundown of what’s new:

Integration:

  • Dynatrace integration: Now you can leverage Dynatrace to monitor your application during the test. With this seamless integration, server side metrics are now part of StormRunner’s dashboard and report.

  • Amazon Web Service Code Pipeline Integration: Automatically run tests when the AWS code has been updated.

Results:

  • HPE Network Virtualization Client Side Breakdown: Easily generate client side breakdown report and analyze user experience for a complete and holistic performance test that includes the client, network and back end sides. HPE NV will also give optimization recommendation so you know what are your performance bottlenecks.

  • Custom Reports: Customize the data displayed in the widgets and send the custom snapshots to the report.

Test:

  • Create test from CSV – Use a CSV file containing a set of API calls to create a TruAPI test to generate test results, faster.

  • Advanced scheduling – Define the pace at which VUsers are added or stopped.

  • Remove VUsers - Complementing our existing ability of adding and removing VUsers during run or re-add them if needed to reach your wanted load.

 

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