3 Replies Latest reply: Jul 4, 2017 3:54 AM by Vincenzo Esposito RSS

    Qlik Sense Performance/Load Test

    Hardeep Singh

      Dear Experts


      What is the recommended Performance/Load test tool for QlikSense in client landscape? Should use HP Loadrunner or QSST or other? Need to prepare automated test scripts for executing 'queries' and 'reports' with ~100 concurrent users. Test result must capture time graphs, cpu utilization etc.


      Any suggestion in this regard is much appreciated.

       

      Thanks & Regards

      Hardeep

          • Re: Qlik Sense Performance/Load Test
            Hardeep Singh

            Thanks Vincenzo!

             

            I have used this QSST and observed that it integrates quite closely with Qlik apps. That's good indeed.!

             

            However, did not see any option to record the steps for creating automated test scripts. Seems that we need to manually define object/label IDs, choose actions from drop-down etc. in a very traditional manner.

             

            Can you validate my understanding in this regard.? Or, is there some other nicer way to record the steps for creating automated test scripts.?

             

            Thanks & Regards

            Hardeep

          • Re: Qlik Sense Performance/Load Test
            Vincenzo Esposito

            You should be able to create a navigation scenario with a visual editor and simulate different users over different paths (I've used the very first version). Read carefully the PDF instructions. Don't forget to put the thinking time and take care about the network devices between the clients and server (they might recognize a many connections from one client to the same server as DDOS attack).

            Take care also about the number and size of servers in charge of client's simulation, a common mistake is to measure the server workload while clients are saturated.


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