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About PTU Course
PtU is a practitioner level course for testers involved in performance testing. The course covers JMeter as a open source tool to generate load. This design-focused course provides an undiluted JMeter experience, focusing especially on the critical JMeter concepts. This enables a better real-life implementation of the newly acquired knowledge in the participants’ daily work, such as: Record and Play, Correlation, Parameterization, Controller, ThinkTime, Assertions and Monitoring.
This course provides a rich interactive learning experience in which attendees will learn to run performance testing. The Instructors will dive in on JMeter hands-on elements using real-world cases, using real software application (Web, Webservises, Server Monitorization, Dynamic Values, etc…
Why Performance Testing and JMeter
Performance testing is a type of testing intended to determine the responsiveness, throughput, reliability, and/or scalability of a system under a given workload. It is a generic term that can refer to many different types of performance-related testing (load, stress, endurance, etc.), each of which addresses a specific problem area and provides opportunities for improvement and to find out bottlenecks. There are several automated tools available to execute performance testing – JMeter is one of the most widely used tools to simulate the load generation. It is an open source software, designed to simulate a heavy load on a server, group of servers, network or object to test its strength or to analyze overall performance under different load types. With the increasing demands and requirements placed on the software products and projects, PtU aims to help pave the path to a global standard in performance testing and the JMeter area.
Certified Performance Tester with JMeter (CPTJM)
1.1 Main Concepts of Performance Testing
1.2 JMeter Basic Concepts
2.1 Test plan
2.2 Recording and Execution
2.3 Results Listeners
3.3 Think Times
3.4 Logic Controllers
3.6 Debugging the Script
4.1 Test Execution
4.2 Application Monitoring
5.2 Performance Test Plan
5.3 Test Script
5.4 Results Report
6.1 JMeter Best Practices
6.2 Testing WebServices
Basic knowledge about programming. Understandings about Variables, Functions, Methods, Control Structures (Conditionals and Loops).
Basic knowledge about HTTP protocol. Understanding about HTTP Request/Response, and the main elements involved like Cookies, URL, Parameters, Methods (GET, POST), Headers and Body.
Basic knowledge about system architecture. Understandings about Web architectures based in layers (Client/Server).
Who should attend?
The PtU-CPTJM course contains some technical content that teaches JMeter load testing techniques and is appropriate for Software Testers, Test Engineers, Performance Testers, Performance Engineers, Test Leads, QA Manager, Operational Support.
Master Trainer and Instructor Leader
Delvis Echeverria has earned a Bachelor of Computer Science and a Master’s degree in Software Engineering focus on QA and Testing. ISTQB Certified Tester. He has been QA and Test Engineer for over 10 years on complex projects in the Health, Financial, Retail, IT and Academic industries, in the US and Latin America. He was teaching Software Engineering, Databases, and Software Testing as Instructor and Assistant Professor since 2007. He has also worked as Performance Test Instructor and Consultant for many companies and institutions in Uruguay, Argentina, Colombia and the US. Co-Author & Master Trainer – Performance Testing United Certification (PtU at Brightest). Delvis works as SDET and Performance Test Engineer, both roles based in Florida, US.
We will use Zoom and Google Classroom for all sessions, there are several hands-on sessions, about 85%. All sessions will be recorded.