This post is #3 in a series of posts about performance testing.
Post #1 was all about setting up an instance of NAV on Azure and get perf tests up running.
Post #2 was all about scaling the number of users and running multi-tenancy.
But what actually happens when running perf tests? Continue reading
This post is #2 in a series of posts about performance testing, please make sure you have read this post first.
In the previous post, you created a NAV Virtual Machine, installed Visual Studio, install Git, Cloned the NAV 2017-Sample repository from the NAVPERF organization, configured the settings and ran the test scenarios. Continue reading
On November 10th, I tweeted that the NAV 2017 version of the Load Test Sample Project was available – expect some blog posts:-)
Hopefully you haven’t been pressing F5 on my blog for the last 35 days… – but wait no more.
I will of course use the Azure Image as foundation for running performance tests. There are a lot of reasons for this, the primary being, that it is a known foundation, we know whats there, where it is and how to use it. Continue reading