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Stakeholder reports are the most formal of the performance data sharing formats. These reports must be able to stand alone while at the same time being intuitive to someone who is not working on the project in a day-to-day technical role. Typically, these reports center on acceptance criteria and risks. To be effective, stakeholder reports typically need to include: The acceptance criteria to which the results relate Intuitive, visual representations of the most relevant data A brief verbal summary of the chart or graph in terms of criteria Intuitive, visual representations of the workload model and test environment Access to associated technical reports, complete data sets, and test conditions A summary of observations, concerns, and recommendations When preparing stakeholder reports, consider that most stakeholder reports meet with one (or more) of the following three reactions. All three are positive in their own way but may not seem to be at first. These reactions and some recommended responses follow: These are great, but where s the supporting data This is the most common response from a technical stakeholder. Many people and organizations want to have all of the data so that they can draw their own conclusions. Fortunately, this is an easy question to handle: simply include the entire spreadsheet with this supporting data as an appendix to the report. Very pretty, but what do they mean This is where text explanations are useful. People who are not familiar with performance testing or performance results often need to have the implications of the results spelled out for them. Remember that more than 90 percent of the times, performance testers are the bearers of bad news that the stakeholder was not expecting. The tester has the responsibility to ensure that the stakeholder has confidence in the findings, as well as presenting this news in a constructive manner. Terrific! This is exactly what I wanted! Don t worry about the final report these will do nicely. While this seems like a blessing, do not take it as one. Sooner or later, your tables and charts will be presented to someone who asks one of the two preceding questions, or worse, asks how the data was obtained. If there is not at least a final report that tells people where to find the rest of the data, people will question the results because you are not present to answer those questions.
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Although six key components of a technical report are listed below, all six may not be appropriate for every technical report. Similarly, there may be additional information that should be included based on exactly what message you are trying to convey with the report. While these six components will result in successful technical reports most of the
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time, remember that sometimes creativity is needed to make your message clear and intuitive. Consider including the following key components when preparing a technical report: A results graph A table for single-instance measurements (e.g., maximum throughput achieved) Workload model (graphic) Test environment (annotated graphic) Short statements of observations, concerns, questions, and requests for collaboration References section
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Exemplar Workload Model Graphic
Figure 16.10 Workload Model
Exemplar Test Environment Graphic
Figure 16.11 Test Environment
Exemplar Summary Statement
The results graph shows both response times and resource utilization together. Close examination shows that Application Server CPU Usage and queue length coincide with significantly degraded response time. It appears as if the application server CPU usage was the catalyst to the degradation, but this has yet to be confirmed. The remaining charts and graphs are included as supplemental information for easy reference.
Exemplar References Section
Raw data and additional supporting information is checked into the version-control system with the build and tagged as PerfTest-{date}-{issue number}.
Creating a Stakeholder Report
Although eight key components of a stakeholder report are listed below, all eight may not be appropriate for every stakeholder report. Similarly, there may be additional information that should be included based on exactly what message you are trying to convey with the report. While these eight components will result in successful stakeholder reports most of the time, remember that sometimes creativity is needed to make your message clear and intuitive. Consider including the following key components when preparing a stakeholder report: Criteria to which the results relate A results graph A table for single-instance measurements (e.g., maximum throughput achieved) A brief verbal summary of the chart or graph in terms of criteria Workload model (graphic) Test environment (annotated graphic) Summary of observations, concerns, and recommendations References section
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