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Submitted: Jul 11 2013 / 09:36

In a previous post, I demonstrated how to add more depth to the analysis of a Compuware APM Web Load Test by combining the external load results with the application and infrastructure data collected by the Compuware PureStack Technology™. But, now that we have tested the system once, what would happen if we tested it again after we identified and “resolved” the issues we found? Would running a test using the same parameters as in the initial test show a clear performance improvement? Would the system be able to achieve the desired load of 200 virtual users with little or no performance degradation?
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