HP LoadRunner Integration Services
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HP LoadRunner provides the first lifecycle approach to testing and optimizing application performance, including powerful diagnostics and tuning capabilities, all in one tool.

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HP LoadRunner Integration

Provides the first lifecycle approach to testing and optimizing application performance, including powerful diagnostics and tuning capabilities, all in one tool: HP LoadRunner.

Are you confident that your mission critical applications will perform? When you have a problem, can you pinpoint the source? Have you optimized your infrastructure performance?

HP Loadrunner

HP LoadRunner is an all-in-one solution for testing and optimizing enterprise applications. With a diversity of users in mind, LoadRunner enables developers, QA engineers, business analysts, architects, and performance testing teams to ensure that software applications will scale to support the right number of users, transaction volumes and performance levels. As a leading automated test solution, LoadRunner vastly improves mean-time-to-resolution.

In production, LoadRunner shines. Placed in your production environment, LoadRunner runs a simple, non-invasive script to profile your infrastructure environment, then gives you the power to swiftly model network capacity and test performance improvement options with 95 percent accuracy. Contact Pegasie to learn more about LoadRunner’s industry-leading flexibility, efficiency and usability for capacity planning.

LoadRunner supports the most common enterprise environments including ERP/CRM, Web, J2EE, .NET, wireless and streaming media and integrates with HP’s full suite of testing and monitoring tools.

Value Propositions

  • Get an accurate picture of end-to-end system performance prior to going live.
  • Support your organization in verifying new or upgraded applications against performance specifications.
  • Ensure scalability by identifying and eliminating bottlenecks.
  • Get faster, more reliable application deployment with lower business risk in production.
  • Optimize assets utilization.

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HP LoadRunner Training


The Fundamentals of LoadRunner course teaches you to:

  • Discuss the value of load testing
  • Plan for effective load testing
  • Establish load test goals
  • User various load testing tools
  • Run load test scenarios
  • Load and overload when executing scenarios
  • Analyze and interpret load test results

The VuGen Scripting for web course teaches you to:

  • Create Web Virtual users using VuGen
  • Read VuGen Web code
  • Measure specific business processes
  • Verify functionality under load
  • Customize scripts by adding VuGen functions
  • Analyze and interpret load test results
  • Correlate script to process server-returned data

Targeted Audience

  • Quality Assurance Engineers
  • Performance Engineers
  • New users of LoadRunner who need to test the performance of their applications and/or executives who will be involved in any part of performance testing


  • Knowledge of the Windows 2000 or Windows NT interface and environment
  • High-level knowledge of the Web and or client/server environment


The Fundamentals of LoadRunner training:

  • 2 days

The VuGen Scripting for web training:

  • 3 days

Training Locations

Eastern Canada

  • Quebec
  • Montreal
  • Ottawa
  • Toronto

Western Canada

  • Calgary

United States

  • New York
  • New Jersey

Other Locations

  • Training sessions can also be provided at your company site, all across Canada.

Content Overview

The Fundamentals of LoadRunner

Day 1

1) Planning an Effective Load Test

a. Define measurable goals for testing
b. Gather information before testing
c. Document and organize system information

2) LoadRunner Installation

a. LoadRunner architecture
b. Where to install LoadRunner components
c. Identify hardware and software needed for installation

3) Introduction to Scenarios

a. Explain elements that make a LoadRunner scenario
b. Identify different types of scenarios
c. How to choose the scenario
d. Present the basic steps for creating a scenario

4) Using Run-Time Settings

a. Script and Scenario Run-time settings
b. Configure Run-time settings in the Controller

Day 2

5) Scenario Execution

a. Prepare for a scenario run
b. Identify techniques to efficiently run a scenario

6) Scheduling Scenarios

a. Scheduling by group and by scenario
b. Prepare VuGen User (Vuser) initialization
c. Configure duration scheduling
d. Configure scenario ramp up and ramp down

7) Performance Monitors

a. Value of Performance Monitors
b. Select Performance Monitors
c. Add measurements to Performance Monitors

8) Results Analysis

a. Value of root cause analysis
b. Diagnose errors with LoadRunner
c. Meaningful interpretation of LoadRunner graphs

The VuGen Scripting for web

Day 1

1) Recording

a. Structure the script based on planning
b. Use VuGen to record a Vuser script for Web
c. Describe HTML and URL recording levels
d. When to use HTML and/or URL recording levels

2) Playback

a. Identify the appropriate Web Run-time settings to set
b. Configure Web Run-time settings to run the script
c. Verify Vuser script functionality in VuGen

3) Actions and Transactions

a. Create multiple actions in a Vuser script
b. Configure actions to achieve load testing goals
c. Add Transactions to measure response times

4) Parameters

a. Solve playback problems by parameterizing the script

Day 2

5) Checkpoints

a. Identify visual cues to check for during load testing

6) Add Text Checkpoints during and after recording Manual

a. Distinguish between available correlation methods
b. Correlate a script manually using correlation functions

7) Correlation During and After Recording

a. Correlation after recording
b. Use the Scan for correlation tool
c. Correlate data during recording
d. Define rules for correlation in Recording Options
e. Enable correlation during recording

Day 3

8) Enhance Vuser Output Log

a. Send customized output messages to the script
b. Execution and Controller log
c. Add error handling and business logic to the script

9) Advanced Error Handling

a. Create global verification points with ContentCheck
b. Use “logging on demand”
c. View error snapshots in the Controller

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