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where can I DownLoad LoadRunner to try?
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Re: DownLoad LoadRunner
You can't. You can do a try and buy on Astra LoadTest, but not on LoadRunner.
To try out LoadRunner you will need to work with Mercury directly or one of Mercury's VARs. They will prequalify you to make sure you have
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For common environments expect to be sold by reference, "Here, allow me to present to you four/five/ten names of customers in an identical environment for you to speak with regarding the capabilities of LoadRunner." Why you might ask would an organization work to avoid an onsite evaluation. Quite plainly, an onsite eval is several orders of mangitude more expensive to manage than is a sell by referral.
If you're just a tire kicker or someone who is trying to train themselves or get a free load test, expect to be weeded out in the onsite eval criteria process. If you just want training, attend a public training class on LoadRunner. Such a class will provide you with insight on how the tool works in a controlled environment for instructional purposes. This will also aid you when if comes time to deploy in your own environment.
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