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This approach can be represented by using the following nine activities:
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Figure 5.1 Iterative Performance Testing Activities Activity 1. Understand the Project Vision and Context. The outcome of this activity is a shared understanding of the project vision and context. Activity 2. Identify Reasons for Testing Performance. Explicitly identify the reasons for performance testing. Activity 3. Identify the Value Performance Testing Adds to the Project. Translate the project- and business-level objectives into specific, identifiable, and manageable performance-testing activities. Activity 4. Configure the Test Environment. Set up the load-generation tools and the system under test, collectively known as the performance test environment. Activity 5. Identify and Coordinate Tasks. Prioritize and coordinate support, resources, and schedules to make the tasks efficient and successful. Activity 6. Execute Task(s). Execute the activities for the current iteration. Activity 7. Analyze Results and Report. Analyze and share results with the team. Activity 8. Revisit Activities 1-3 and Consider Performance Acceptance Criteria. Between iterations, ensure that the foundational information has not changed. Integrate new information such as customer feedback and update the strategy as necessary.
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Activity 9. Reprioritize Tasks. Based on the test results, new information, and the availability of features and components, reprioritize, add to, or delete tasks from the strategy, and then return to activity 5.
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Relationship to Core Performance Testing Activities
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The following graphic displays how the seven core activities described in 4 map to these nine activities:
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Figure 5.2 Relationship to Core Performance Testing Activities
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Activity 1. Understand the Project Vision and Context
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The project vision and context are the foundation for determining what performance testing activities are necessary and valuable. Because the performance tester is not driving these items, the coordination aspect refers more to team education about the performance implications of the project vision and context, and to identifying areas where future coordination will likely be needed for success.
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A critical part of working with an iteration-based process is asking the correct questions, providing the correct value, and performing the correct task related to each step. Although situations can shift or add more questions, values, or tasks, a sample checklist is provided as a starting point for each step.
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Checklist
Questions to ask: What are the performance implications of the project vision What are the performance implications of the service the application is intended to provide, or what problem are we trying to solve for the customer How does the team envision performance testing as it relates to the project schedule, structure, and available resources Value provided: Be involved in the product concept. Point out any areas of concern immediately. Point out assumptions related to available resources, tools, and resource-monitoring instrumentation based on the project vision and context as soon as they arise. Tasks accomplished: Ask the whole team questions and provide answers. Determine the team s perception of performance testing. Gain a conceptual understanding of the project s critical performance implications. Begin to define equipment and/or resources needed for conducting performance testing. Understand resource constrains; for example, budget, people, equipment. Understand how the team will coordinate. Understand how the team will communicate. Coordinate with: Whole team
Activity 2. Identify Reasons for Testing Performance
The underlying reasons for testing performance on a particular project are not always obvious based on the vision and context alone. Project teams generally do not include performance testing as part of the project unless there is some performance-related risk or concern they feel needs to be mitigated. Explicitly identifying these risks and areas of concern is the next fundamental step in determining what specific performance testing activities will add the most value to the project. Having a full-time performance tester on the team from the start of the project may frequently be a good idea, but it does not happen frequently. Generally, when a performance tester is present at project inception, it means there is a specific, significant risk that the tester is there to address. Regardless of when a performance tester joins the team, once the project vision and context are understood, it is worth taking the time to verbalize and/or document the overall objectives of the
performance-testing effort based on the risks or concerns that the team has. The following checklist should help you to accomplish this step.
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