We have a Qlik Sense environment where we are anticipating up to 300 concurrent users. The idea is to test how our Qlik Sense environment copes with up to this many users at any one time.
How can we appropriately configure a scalability test for handling this many users?
We are going to test on an app that closely resembles the Production environment
The typical user arrival pattern will be:
We want to add 20 users at a time if that's possible with scalability testing? If yes, how to configure it? If no, what is the best way to realistically test loading 300 users for concurrent testing?
Hey @jblomqvist , 20 users at a single point in time is not going to be recommended as there are boundaries (https://support.qlik.com/articles/000044285) at 6 users/second. What I'd do is the following:
Useful information! Do you have any recommendations on how I design the test to load up 300 concurrent users? Do I load up 50 tests using the Test Schedular where each test loads 6 users? (300/6 = 50).
Wondering how to get to this number of concurrent users as I have never tested up to this number before.
Yes that looks like it should run ok. Of course the scenario will impact how it runs (but that looked reasonable too) and you need to have required amount of licenses etc.