TestCon Vilnius 2018
Date: 16 October, 2018
Venue: Crowne Plaza Vilnius – M. K. Čiurlionio str. 84, Vilnius, Lithuania
Due to the limited availability of seats, early registration is strongly recommended to ensure your participation – we rely on a first-come, first-served basis.
TestArmy Group, Poland
Jacek Okrojek’s foundation of technical expertise stems from hands-on developing, testing along with team leading. As a consultant, he was a part of various test teams and was involved in testing on all software lifecycle stages. He builds extensive experience while testing critical functions of a real-time system, which is GSM, financial platforms and also web and desktop applications. Understanding principles of quality assurance, proven by the ISTQB certification, gives him a solid background for the Test Team Leader and Test Manager roles.
Web Application Performance Testing from Users Perspective
In the workshop, Jacek Okrojek will share the experience collected during several performance testing projects and prepare you for tasks he was asked to do. Besides explaining the testing methodology, Jacek will show how to use tools that help you to gather common metrics and assess website performance on desktop and mobile devices. Participants will learn what they can achieve from a local lab, cloud infrastructure including SaaS platforms or when the application is live.
Introduction – 45 minutes
– High-performance guidelines for web applications
– Browser metrics
– Synthetic measurements
– Real user measurements
Using Selenium – 90 minutes
– Using Selenium to collect browser metrics
– Storing results
Using Sitespeed – 120 minutes
– Installation and basic configuration
– Gathering measurements for simple pages
– Gathering measurements for sites and complex scenarios
Using WebPageTest – 120 minutes
– Using public instance via Web Interface
– Setting up a private instance and API usage
– Integration with Sitespeed
Real user measurements – 45 minutes
– Gathering data from Google Big Query project
Additional tools – 45 minutes
– Sample results from commercial tools
After the workshop, participants will be able to design strategy that will cover verification of the performance from the users perspective. They will be able to use most popular tools and decide how to build performance test lab that will suit their needs.
The workshop is intended for testers and test managers who would like to gain experience in performance testing, especially with a focus on end user experience. No experience in software testing is required. Knowledge related to web application testing and Linux operating system will be helpful but is not necessary.
Level 2 – Intermediate material. Assumes knowledge and provides specific details about the topic.
A personal computer with internet connection and Linux operating system (can be a virtual machine).