Load Runner

HP Load Runner is a software testing tool from Hewlett-Packard. It is used to test applications, measuring system behaviour and performance under load. HP acquired Load Runner as part of its acquisition of Mercury Interactive in November 2006. HP Load Runner can simulate thousands of users concurrently using application software, recording and later analysing the performance of key components of the application.

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  1. You should be a Graduate / Post Graduate in any discipline
  2. Should have basic computer Knowledge
  3. Should have a zeal to make a career in IT

Training Method

  1. Training is 50% classroom and 50% Practical
  2. Trained by Real Time working Testing Professionals

     1 Month (30 Days)

Course Brief

  • Introduction to Performance
  • Performance Test Planning
  • Components of Load Runner
  • Different Modes of Recording
  • Runtime Settings
  • Scripting Enhancements
  • Logs
  • Executing Scenario using Controller
  • Analysing Results
  • Real Time Exposure

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Things we provide

  1. Project Training
  2. Dedicated and well equipped Lab
  3. Basic software for working from Home
  4. Printed material of the course
  5. Resume Preparation
  6. Placement Assistance
  7. Soft Skills training Free of cost
  8. Domain Training
  9. Interview Preparation

Course Outcome

  1. You would be well versed with Performance Work Flow
  2. Sound Knowledge on Performance Test Planning
  3. Sound knowledge on Components of Load Runner
  4. Sound knowledge on Modes of recording and Sniffing Tools
  5. Sound knowledge on Scripting Enhancements
  6. Hands on experience in Executing Scenario using Controller
  7. Hands on Experience in Setting up Monitors and Analysing Results

Placement Assistance

  1. Resume Preparation
  2. Conduct Mock Interviews
  3. Guidance on how to Apply for job
  4. Inviting IT Companies for off campus drives
  5. Sending students for all placement programs sourced by us