eValid -- Automated Web Quality Solution
Browser-Based, Client-Side, Functional Testing & Validation,
Load & Performance Tuning, Page Timing, Website Analysis,
and Rich Internet Application Monitoring.
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eValid's Fixed-Price PerformanceTest projects
allow firms to
increase their ROI on limited testing budgets --
without the need to invest in tools, people and training.
You get top-notch state-of-the-art validation of server capacity
to help assure end-user satisfaction.
Typical Project Parameters.
The table below gives tthree ypical parameters for all levels of the
These estimates may vary depending on the details of the web application
or WebSite being tested.
|PerformanceTest Project Parameters
|Package Name >
|Project Effort Days||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6
|Project Elapsed Days||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8
|Scripts Produced||2 ||3 ||4 ||5||6
|Total Script Playback Time Recorded ||Yes ||Yes ||Yes ||Yes||Yes
||1 ||2 ||3 ||4||5
|Number of Interview Calls
|Browser Users (BUs)
||1,000 ||2,000 ||5,000 ||10,000 ||100,000
|Number of Cloud Machine Images
||~1 ||~2 ||~5 ||~10 ||~100
|Ramp Step Size, BUs
||100 ||200 ||500 ||1,000 ||10,000
|Total Equivalent BU Run Hours
||500 ||1,000 ||2,500 ||5,000 ||50,000
- There is a specified upper bound on script development time.
Script development assumes a well-behaved,
non-changing web application
- Specification of parametric data for scripts using
DataSynthesis or eV.Generate operation is available but is not included.
- Each functional test will be supplied to customer
for one cycle of confirmation and cannot
be changed after that confirmation is received.
- The total number of actual user run hours for all machines
and machine images used
includes all of the repetitions in the run.
For a typical 3-minute average BU playback time,
each hour of operation for one "track"
in the scenario implies ~20 repeats of that script.
in the Bronze Package
the total script repetition count is 1,000 * 20 = 20,000.
- A stable Application Under Test (AUT) is assumed;
changes in the AUT that invalidate scripts
usually require a project rerun or restart.
Effective 01 January 2011.
Prices and delivery terms subject to change without notice.
eValid Software License applies.