Category: Performance Testing Calculator

Linear Extrapolation Calculator

Linear Extrapolation Calculator

In Performance Testing, when the test environment has a scaled-down ratio like 50%, 25% of production environment then you can not run the test with full load i.e. at production load. In this case, you need to reduce the number of users according to the environment scaled down ratio and execute the test. As per…
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Load Generator Calculator

Load Generator Calculator

Some years back, HP suggested an approach to calculate the required number of LG for a LoadRunner test. The same approach has been formulated in the below-given calculator. As the Load Generator calculator requires some inputs so it leads to run some small tests before getting the number of required LG for the test. Follow…
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Think Time Calculator

Think Time Calculator

Calculate the think time value by providing the required inputs. This calculator gives think time to add between two transactions. Also, it calculates the total think time value to design an accurate workload model. Remember: Think time is inserted between a pair of transactions. Hence the number of think time functions (components) is one less than…
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Performance Test Data Calculator

Test Data Calculator

Calculate the required test data for a performance test using the below-given calculator. This calculator evaluates the test data required during steady state only. Remember: This calculator is useful when: A performance tester needs unique test data throughout the test Test Data calculator will calculate the steady-state test data requirement only. If the ramp-up and…
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TPS Calculator

TPS Calculator

Calculate the transaction rate by providing the required inputs. This calculator helps to estimate the transaction count on per hour and per second basis i.e. TPH and TPS. Note: Bookmark this page for quick access Example: Requirement: A company want to test very basic functionality of its website. The transaction flow is Home Page ->…
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Pacing Calculator

Pacing Calculator

This calculator gives a fixed pacing value (i.e. a delay between two iterations) to design an accurate workload model. Calculate the pacing value for workload modelling by providing the required inputs. Note: Bookmark this page for quick access Example: Requirement: A company with an e-commerce website expects 9000 orders per hour. The company has 3000…
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