Tag Archives: Loadtest

Loadtesting with Powershell

Our product is in the acceptance testing phase. In the assigned environment the available tooling is very limited. But we must do a loadtest to report on the average requests / second our webservice can handle from a single client. … Continue reading

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Pages/Sec in VS2013 loadtest

We’ve build a REST service with ASP.NET MVC Web API in Visual Studio 2013. With a¬†Load test we plan to test the performance of the service when deployed to a web server with the data on a sql server. After … Continue reading

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Performance tuning EF, ASP.NET and loadtest

We are developing webservices for accessing data in SQL Server. The performance requirement was not met until we started to tune our solution. TLDR: use table in stead of view EF First we added the AsNoTracking() extension from EntityFramework to … Continue reading

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Loadtest with Azure VM

For an upcoming release we decided to do a loadtest on our Azure test environment. Until now we used a set of local machines for this. The setup uses 6 machines that host our product, which consists of a number … Continue reading

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Week 34 roundup

Last week recap and links: Load Testing with Visual Studio Online is a good starting point for Cloud Load Testing Nice video about polymorph in the battle against if statements: “The Clean Code Talks” on youtube Finished the Getting Started … Continue reading

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nServiceBus license

The nServiceBus software from Particular provides a great integration platform. Our current project integrates 5 systems. One is a system that communicates by putting XML files in a drop location. For an initial load there will be over 30.000 files … Continue reading

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Visual Studio Load Test with fiddler

In Visual Studio you add a new Web Performance Test and Internet Explorer opens with the plugin to record the traffic. But what if you want to use another client that not lives in the browser like a Desktop App? … Continue reading

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