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Activity 4. Plan Performance-Testing Activities
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All test plans are challenging to do well. To have any realistic hope of creating a plan that will more or less guide the performance-testing activities for the duration of the project without needing a major overhaul, you need to both forward- and reverse-engineer the plan to accommodate what testing must be done, what testing should be done, and when any particular test can be done.
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Map Work Items to Project Plan
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You can accomplish this by mapping performance requirements, goals, and objectives, as well as compliance criteria, against the key deliveries, milestones, iterations, and checkpoints. The following table provides an example of this mapping. Checkpoint 1 Iteration 1 Iteration 2 Iteration 3
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500 users will be able to log in over a 5-minute period (interim and final requirement). All page response times will be under 6 seconds (goal). X X
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X X X
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Tune application server for improved performance and scalability (objective). Ensure that all procedures, scripts, data, and results from tests used to validate interim or final requirements are archived sufficiently to repeat the test and results later, if needed (compliance).
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In this table, an X represents a compliance task or test case (generically referred to as work items) that can be accomplished during a particular test phase according to the project plan. A represents a work item that must be accomplished during a particular test phase because of performance or compliance requirements.
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Next, add the duration of each phase and the estimated duration of each work item. Checkpoint 1 2 weeks Iteration 1 1 week Iteration 2 1 week Iteration 3 1 week
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500 users will be able to log in over a 5-minute period (interim and final requirement). All page response times will be under 6 seconds (goal). Tune application server for improved performance and scalability (objective). Ensure that all procedures, scripts, data, and results from tests used to validate interim or final requirements are archived sufficiently to repeat the test and results later, if needed (compliance). X (2 days) X (2 days) X (3 days)
X (2 days) X (2 days) X (3 days)
(2 days) X (2 days) X (3 days)
(3 days)
Prioritize Work Items by Phase
The previous section covered the forward-engineering aspect of planning performance-testing activities. Now that you have added this information, you apply reverse-engineering to determine which work items will be accomplished during which phase to ensure that all work items are appropriately covered. The following table provides an example.
Checkpoint 1 2 weeks
Iteration 1 1 week
Iteration 2 1 week
500 users will be able to log in over a 5-minute period (interim and final requirement). All page response times will be under 6 seconds (goal). Tune application server for improved performance and scalability (objective). Ensure that all procedures, scripts, data, and results from tests used to validate interim or final requirements are archived sufficiently to repeat the test and results later, if needed (compliance).
X (2 days) X X (2 (2 days) days) Planned Planned X (3 days) Planned
X (2 days) Planned X (2 days) X (3 days) Planned
Iteration 3 1 week
(2 days) Planned X (2 days) Planned X (3 days) Planned (3 days) Planned
Add Detail to the Plan
Finally, with this information you can detail the plan for each work item to include: The reason for this test at this time Priority for execution at this time Prerequisites for execution Tools and scripts required External resources required Risks to completing the work item Data of special interest Areas of concern Pass/fail criteria Completion criteria Planned variants on tests Load range Specifically what data will be collected Specifically how that data will be collected Who will assist, how, and when Additional information needed to repeat the work item later, if needed Completing this information constitutes a draft or initial performance test plan. In most cases, this draft should be reviewed, potentially enhanced, and approved by the appropriate managers or stakeholders prior to executing the plan.
Activity 5. Design Tests
Designing performance tests involves identifying key usage scenarios, determining appropriate user variances, identifying and generating test data, and specifying the metrics to be collected. Ultimately these items will provide the foundation for workloads and workload profiles. When designing and planning tests, the intent is to simulate real-world tests that can provide reliable data to help facilitate making informed business decisions. Real-world test designs will significantly increase the reliability and usefulness of results data. Key usage scenarios for the application under test typically surface during the process of identifying the application s desired performance characteristics. If this is not the case for your test project, you will need to explicitly determine the usage scenarios that are the most valuable to script. Consider the following when identifying key usage scenarios, remembering to think about both human and system users, such as batch processes and external applications: Contractually obligated usage scenario(s) Usage scenarios implied or mandated by performance-testing goals and objectives. Most common usage scenario(s) Business-critical usage scenario(s) Performance-intensive usage scenario(s) Usage scenarios of technical concern Usage scenarios of stakeholder concern High-visibility usage scenarios After the key usage scenarios have been identified, they will need to be elaborated into tests. This elaboration process typically involves the following activities: Determine navigation paths for key scenarios. Determine individual user data and variances. Determine relative distribution of scenarios. Identify target load levels. Identify metrics to be captured during test execution.
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