Archives: SilkPerformer

Transaction Response time–First Indicator of Application Performance

February 14, 2014 | By kiranbadi1991 | Comments Off on Transaction Response time–First Indicator of Application Performance | Filed in: Performance Center, Performance Engineering, Performance Test Tools, Quality, SilkPerformer, Small Businesses, Web Server.

What do you mean by Transaction ? What do you mean by Transaction Response time ? Why is the Transaction Response time a key Performance Indicator for the application or system ? Lot of young people who wants to become Performance Engineer asks me about these types of questions. Seriously I believe Transaction is often • Read More »

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Some Good,Not so Good,Bad things about Logging and its impact on Application Performance.

February 15, 2013 | By kiranbadi1991 | Comments Off on Some Good,Not so Good,Bad things about Logging and its impact on Application Performance. | Filed in: Development, Environment, Performance Engineering, Quality, SilkPerformer.

Over the years working in projects and after analyzing logs year after year I have seen one trend which is been frequently repeated by developer or development teams, they just don’t log things about application what they need to log. Since they don’t log information correctly, all activities further downstream become painful and subsequently lead • Read More »

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Compression,Decompression,Mobile Performance and LoadRunner

February 4, 2013 | By kiranbadi1991 | 2 Comments | Filed in: Decompression, Development, LoadRunner, Performance Center, Performance Engineering, Scripting, SilkPerformer.

Recently I inherited some of the  LR scripts from one of my colleagues,it was all about building the json calls for stressing the backend spring security framework which was first layer of entry into the mobile infrastructure.Those scripts were simple scripts  built using the custom request with json string as a body part.One of the • Read More »

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