Essentials of IBM Rational Performance Tester V8.2

Duration: 
2 days
Codes: 
IBM,RT525GAU
Versions: 
V8.2

Overview

This course introduces the use of IBM Rational Integration Tester for integration testing and service virtualization in a simple scenario. Â The course introduces the basic concepts of integration testing and service virtualization, and then applies Rational Integration Tester to a simple scenario. Â Students will learn how to create a model of the system under test and record events from the live system; they will then learn how to create simple tests and stubs based on this information. After creating tests and stubs, students will also learn how to run and automate these resources.

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Audience

This intermediate course is for:

  • Testers with limited coding skills
  • Testers with limited test automation experience
  • Testers who are generally new to performance testing
  • Testers who are responsible for planning performance testing projects and activities
  • Testers who are responsible for designing performance tests
  • Testers who are responsible for implementing or executing performance tests using automated test tools

Skills Gained

  • Understand performance testing basics and document your plan for performance testing using a Workload Analysis Document
  • Explore a training application (system under test) and exercise it in conjunction with Rational Performance Tester
  • Use Rational Performance Tester to:
    • Create, run and modify performance tests
    • Manage test data using datapools and correlation
    • Enhance tests with verification points, loops and custom code
    • Design and enhance workload scenarios and schedules
    • Monitor test execution and analyze results

Prerequisites

You should have a:

  • General understanding of Java and web applications
  • Familiarity with system administration
  • Familiarity with network administration
  • Familiarity with web administration

Course Outline

  • How to use an information/integration broker to achieve application integration.
  • The architecture of IBM Integration Bus.
  • The role of each of the components making up IBM Integration Bus.
  • System requirements.
  • Supported facilities.
  • ESQL.
  • Publish/Subscribe concepts and features.
  • Message modelling.
  • Migration from previous releases of Message Broker.

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