ManageEngine Application Performance Management Solution, integrates both Applications Manager and QEngine to optimize and maintain business critical web applications that meet end user service levels . Availability tab, gives the Availability history for the past 24 hours or 30 days. Performance tab gives the Health Status and events for the past 24 hours or 30 days. List view enables you to perform bulk admin configurations. .
ManageEngine Performance Management for the Enterprise provides:
A complete solution that spans all the way from the quality stage to operations
A means to ensure application quality before rolling into production. Load testing, functional testing, cross-browser testing are some of the common tests that need to be conducted before a business critical application goes into production.
Reuse of test scripts recorded during functional testing, in deployment phase.
Improved application performance and availability management.
Integration of QEngine and Applications Manager
Follow the Steps below, to integrate QEngine Web Performance Test with Applications Manager. More info on Web Performance Test is available here
Start the WebPerformanceStudio using StartWebPerfStudio.bat/StartWebPerfStudio.sh.
Record Urls and save the Businesscase. More information on saving the sequence is available here
Configure the Profile, Workload and Testcase using TestCase Configuration.
WorkLoad Limitations: Load Type : Normal
User count: 1
Test Duration: xxx
Sample Duration: xxx
Note: Test Duration and Sample Duration must be equal. Only one sample is allowed. User count should be 1.
Close the WebPerformance Studio.
To enable Applications Manager integration, Open the file 'CommandLineWebPerfTest.sh/CommandLineWebPerfTest.bat'. Change the variable -DapplicationManager=false as -DapplicationManager=true.
Edit <QEngine Home>\template\appManagerUrlProps.prop.
Modify the value for response_code and response_length from false to true.
This will enable monitoring responsetime, responsecode and responselength
. After doing the modification the file will look like given below.
Run CommandLineWebPerfTest.sh/CommandLineWebPerfTest.bat in Commandline with absolute path of the testcase file (<TestCase>.tst) as argument .
This will generate report file <testcasename>_report.txt under <QEngine Home>/projects/<projectName>/webperflogs/ . And the type file <Testcasename>.prop will generated under <QEngine Home>/projects/<projectName>/webperflogs/type/ .
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