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Even though component response times are not reported to stakeholders as commonly as end-user response times or resource utilization metrics, they are frequently collected and shared with the technical team. These response times help developers, architects, database administrators (DBAs), and administrators determine what sub-part or parts of the system are responsible for the majority of end-user response times.
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Points to consider when reporting component response times include: Relate component response times to end-user activities. Because it is not always obvious what end-user activities are impacted by a component s response time, it is a good idea to include those relationships in your report. Explain the degree to which the component response time matters. Sometimes the concern is that a component might become a bottleneck under load because it is processing too slowly; at other times, the concern is that end-user response times are noticeably degraded as a result of the component. Knowing which of these conditions applies to your project enables you to make effective decisions.
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Trends are one of the most powerful but least-frequently used data-reporting methods. Trends can show whether performance is improving or degrading from build to build, or the rate of degradation as load increases. Trends can help technical team members quickly understand whether the changes they recently made achieved the desired performance impact.
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Points to consider when reporting trends include: Trends typically do not add value until there are at least three measurements. Sometimes trends cannot be effectively detected until there are more than three measurements. Start creating your trend charts with the first set of data, but be cautious about including them in formal reports until you have collected enough data for there to be an actual trend to report. Share trends with the technical team before including them in formal reports. This is another generally good practice, but it is particularly relevant to trends because developers, architects, administrators, and DBAs often will have already backed out a change that caused the trend to move in the wrong direction before they are able to compile their report. In this case, you can decide that the trend report is not worth including, or you can simply make an annotation describing the cause and stating that the issue has already been resolved.
Questions to Be Answered By Reporting
Almost every team member has unique wants, needs, and expectations when it comes to reporting data and results obtained through performance testing. While this makes sharing information obtained through performance testing challenging, knowing what various team members expect and value in advance makes providing valuable information to the right people, at the right level of detail and at the right time, much easier
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Some questions that are commonly posed by team members include: Is performance getting better or worse Have we met the requirements/service level agreements (SLAs) What reports are available How frequently can I get reports
Can I get a report with more/less detail
Executive Stakeholders
Executive stakeholders tend to have very specific reporting needs and expectations that are often quite different from those of other team members. Stakeholders tend to prefer information in small, digestible chunks that clearly highlight the key points. Additionally, stakeholders like visual representations of data that are intuitive at a glance, as well as sound bite size explanations of those visual representations. Finally, stakeholders tend to prefer consolidated and summarized information on a less frequent (though not significantly less frequent) basis than other team members. The following are common questions that executive stakeholders want performance test reports to answer: Is this ready to ship How will these results relate to production How much confidence should I have in these results What needs to be done to get this ready to ship Is the performance testing proceeding as anticipated Is the performance testing adding value
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