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The course is recommended for those software testers who wish to pass the ISTQB Foundation Level Test Performance Testing exam. By the end of the course, our students get comprehensive knowledge of the theoretical methodology, tasks, and difficulties of performance testing.
ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level certification as well as at least intermediate knowledge of English since the training material and the certification exam are in English.
For those software testers who intend to design, implement, and run performance tests.
In the world and also in Hungary, there is a growing trend in the complexity of the enterprise IT systems in recent decades. At the same time, more serious performance requirements concerning IT systems have appeared on the user and customer side. Therefore, within IT more attention is paid to the performance methodologies used for verifying these requirements as well as to the performance testing professionals who are familiar with them.
Our exam preparation training presents the theoretical methodology independently of and device. Furthermore, practical tasks help our students to understand the usage of knowledge in real and also to pass the exam. During practicing, our students can learn about performance testing tasks through an example of a software development project and become part of the project via task solution by themselves.
In addition to exam preparation, the aim of our course is to provide an in-depth knowledge of performance testing method, so it is also recommended for those who are still new to the ISTQB software testing certifications.
1. BASIC CONCEPTS
1.1. Principles of Performance Testing
1.2. Types of Performance Testing
1.3. Testing Types in Performance Testing
1.4. The Concept of Load Generation
1.5. Common Performance Efficiency Failure Modes and Their Causes
2. PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT FUNDAMENTALS
2.1. Typical Metrics Collected in Performance Testing
2.2. Aggregating Results from Performance Testing
2.3. Key Sources of Performance Metrics
2.4. Typical Results of a Performance Test
3. PERFORMANCE TESTING IN THE SOFTWARE LIFECYCLE
3.1. Principal Performance Testing Activities
3.2. Categories of Performance Risks for Different Architectures
3.3. Performance Risks Across the Software Development Lifecycle
3.4. Performance Testing Activities
4. PERFORMANCE TESTING TASKS
4.2. Analysis, Design and Implementation
4.4. Analyzing Results and Reporting
5.1. Tool Support
5.2. Tool Suitability
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