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Converting from LoadRunner to Perfornance Center
I did look to see if this had been discussed already, but couldn't find it. I hope I'm not rehashing an old topic.
I was wondering what kind of 'surprises' we should expect when we migrate to Mercury Performance Center from Loadrunner. According to Mercury, Performance Center is merely the web based version of Loadrunner but I've been through too many upgrades in the past to feel very confident about that :-)
It looks like we'll be migrating some time early next year, and I just wanted to get an idea what to watch out for. (I'm primarily testing web and web services)
Re: Converting from LoadRunner to Perfornance Center
We have been using performance Center for about a year now.
A more accurate characterization of it would be a web-based console/dashboard for 1-n LoadRunner instances than a web version or LR.
LR is pretty much unchanged.
As for the surprises, that would all depend on what you already know.
The full implication of the conversion is a long discussion.
In general, the most common lesson I've learned and heard about is that it pays to oversize everything. Lots of DASD, don't try to economize by combining functions onto single servers, more RAM, more CPU's, more bandwidth, more ............
Re: Converting from LoadRunner to Perfornance Cent