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9th April 2011

4 things to learn from Load Testing Tesco.com – the world’s biggest Grocery site

One of the nice things in my job, is I get days out of the office spending time with some cool eCommerce guys who have to manage some big and interesting sites, planning some innovative and interesting website testing and monitoring.

Even more interesting is sharing a speaking engagement with people we’ve worked with, and hearing what they are willing to say in public about the web performance projects we’ve shared!

Luke Fairless at Tesco.com is one of those guys. He juggles keeping the world’s biggest grocery site running, with a continual stack of projects to add functionality for customers.

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28th September 2010

Website Load Testing with LoadRunner – running out of road

I just came out of an interesting load test planning meeting. It was with an organisation we’d worked with on web performance testing for some time, but this is the first time we’ll be doing major web load testing with them, as part of a bigger ITIL Capacity Planning delivery.

Like a number of companies, they have used LoadRunner in house for a few years, some of the guys in their test team are trained up on how to script in LoadRunner, and in LoadRunner best practise, etc.

What’s interesting is that they are moving away from LoadRunner, and calling on us to do the web load testing that they need.

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