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As I was learning how to design and execute load tests, an experienced load tester told me the one rule you needed to be able to judge the effectiveness of a test execution: If something didn’t go wrong with some part of the application and/or infrastructure during the test, there was likely something wrong with the test you ran. Designing a load test that, regardless of the technology you use, can answer the questions posed in this article has a higher probability of generating meaningful results than any other approach I’ve used.

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