Testing Major Meat Producers SAP

Testing Major Meat Producer’s SAP Makes System 8 Times Faster

Our client, a major nation-wide meat producer, was actively using local WMS and TMS. As a result, their 5,000 employees used to waste much time and effort storing and processing a lot of data in different systems.

To increase the effectiveness of the document flow, the client decided to move all the processes to one SAP ERP system. Massive migration was about to happen, since enormous amounts of data from different legacy systems had to be centralized.

The client had extremely high requirements for a performance tuning project contractor. They wanted to entrust the task only to a highly experienced team.

The choice fell on PFLB, as the company has a proven track record of delivering SAP load testing projects for many corporate clients around the world.

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Android apps performance and load testing: tips and tricks

There are about 3.5 mln apps in Google Play Store. Users have options, and you need them to choose your app. To avoid the nightmare of every product owner, namely, the situation in which the user uninstalls your app for Android OS, performance testing is crucial. It should be started when designing the application, continued when writing the code, and ran before every new release. Some of the ways to do performance testing of Android apps are built in the OS, while others are available on the web. In this article, we list both types for your developers to be able to test the app every now and then.

Tynor Tests New Website And Increases Performance By 30

Tynor Orthotics is India’s largest manufacturer and exporter of orthopedic and fracture aids established in the 90s to deliver quality healthcare products.

Committed to a significant expansion in the next three years, Tynor crafted a new e-commerce website focused on excellent customer experience to support this growth. To be confident at launch, the engineering team of Tynor decided to run pre-go-live stress testing for the website.

The tight deadline felt challenging, the customer was relieved to hear we provide a quick load testing solution.

Quick Load Testing solution includes a four-day load testing project performed by engineers of PFLB and a 1-month subscription to the innovative load testing platform, boomq.io.


How to Speed Up a WordPress Website – Part 2

In this part of the article, we would like to show an actual case of WordPress optimization and performance testing that our team recently performed. We will also provide practical recommendations that will allow you to speed up your website’s performance. We successfully applied the recommendations while working on this case, leading to a 12-fold increase in WordPress speed.

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SAP Load and Performance Testing Using Loadrunner

SAP ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is an enterprise resource management software that covers the work of an entire company. SAP is the market leader in enterprise application software, helping companies of all sizes and in all industries run at their best: SAP customers generate 87% of total global commerce. If this is the case in your company, you might have started asking yourself how to test your SAP’s performance and which tools to choose. In this article, we will share the basics of how we test SAP ERP with Loadrunner.

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Performance and Load Testing using Locust

If you would like to write user scenarios in plain-old Python using a distributed and scalable tool with a Web-based UI, this article is just for you. Low threshold makes Locust attractive for junior testing engineers, whilst many senior engineers turn to Locust, too, when they get tired of Apache Jmeter. Whether you are junior or senior, if you’ve ever wondered how to use Locust for load testing, we are sure you will enjoy this intro, as seamless as it is. After reading it, you will be able to start your load tests in Locust right away.

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What is Web Performance Testing and Why do You Need It?

Performance testing is one of the most challenging components of web application testing. But it is worth it: if done right, performance testing can forecast product behavior and its response to user’s actions with an impressive amount of detail and precision. Irrelevant web performance test data or wrong metrics chosen during testing cost companies a lot of money and effort, while not monitoring your web application performance at all can lead directly to a crash, say, on Black Friday, if you are not prepared to handle an increased number of concurrent users.

Business or product owners needn’t know exactly how to performance test a website, but it’s useful to have a basic understanding of procedures that you pay for. From this post, you can learn what web application performance testing is, when it should be done, and how. Then, you will be able to make an informed choice whether to hire testing specialists or run testing sessions on your own.

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How to Speed Up a Website — Part 1

We have a lot of experience in the field of web performance optimization, so we would like to share with you our best practices for solving such problems. In this part of the article, we will cover how to test a website on the WordPress platform, give you useful tools and important metrics for website testing. Additionally, we will shed light on site performance optimization.

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API Micro Focus ALM and Performance Center: Basics for Performance Testing Engineers

In this post, we are sharing our experience of using API Microfocus ALM in the hope that load testing engineers who use LoadRunner or Performance Center will find it interesting. Working with API directly is useful for test automation, and/or to prepare for test launch with Jenkins or similar tools. We collected this list of examples and useful functions based on our experience.