The Tenant management's Projects tab lets admin users create and configure projects within your tenant.
Create and configure projects
The Projects tab enables admin users to designate a LoadRunner Cloud project for specific work groups, products, or projects within your group.
Load generators can be shared by multiple projects. However, assets such as scripts, monitors, and load tests, cannot be shared between projects.
Create, edit and remove projects from your tenant.
|Create a project||
|Edit a project||
Manage the selected project in one or more of the following areas:
|Delete a project||
Highlight an existing project and select Delete.
To edit project properties, choose a project and open the General pane. Edit the project name or project description.
To manage users in a project, choose a project and open the Users pane.
|Delete a user||
To allocate licenses to a project, or track license usage for a project, choose a project and open the Licenses pane.
To add and remove on-premises load generators for your projects, choose a project, open the Load Generators pane, and select the On-Premises tab.
|Add a load generator||
Add one or more on-premises load generators to your project:
|Remove a load generator||
To remove a load generator, highlight it and click Remove LG.
|Search for a load generator||Use the Search box to find a specific load generator.|
|View which projects are assigned to this load generator||If you highlight a specific load generator in the grid, a list of all the projects using this load generator is displayed in the right pane's Project area, along with the usage.|
Updates the view of the on-premises load generator grid. This is useful for checking a load generator's current connectivity status. For example, if a load generator was temporarily unavailable, click Refresh and view the Status column to check its availability.
The Load Generators > Cloud area lets admin users set lower limits for the number of Vusers. By setting the lower limit, you control the maximum number of Vusers that end users can run on cloud load generators per protocol.
To configure cloud load generator limits for a project:
Choose a project, open the Load Generators pane, and select the Cloud tab. LoadRunner Cloud displays a list of protocols and their lower and upper limits.
In the Active column, toggle the switch to ON for the protocols that you want users to be able to customize Vuser capacity in their tests. If you do not activate the protocol, it uses the tenant’s default limits.
Note: Only those protocols included in your bundle are available.
Modify the lower limit of active protocols as required. This provides control over the Vuser multiplier ratio that may apply for calculating license usage. For a summary of the multiplier ranges, click the Vusers Multipliers Range button.
End users can manually lower the limit of Vusers through the Test settings. For details, see Cloud LG infrastructure capacity.
Note: The new lower limit also applies to previous tests. If the maximum number of Vusers set manually by the end user (see Define test settings) is lower than the admin's lower limit, it is automatically set to the new lower limit.
The Agents area lets you add or remove a Git agent from the current project.
To manage Git agents for a project:
Choose a project and open the Agents pane. LoadRunner Cloud displays a list of agents, their usage, type, status, and creation date.
Click Add Agent to add an agent to the current project. If the account that configured the Git agent does not have access to the project, the Add Agent dialog box does not show that agent.
Click Remove Agent to remove the selected agent from the current project.
To view all the tests that are scheduled to run for the project, choose a project and open the Schedules pane.
For each test schedule listed, the following information is displayed:
- The name of the test.
- The scheduled date for the test run.
- The scheduled time for the test run.
- The duration of the test.
To filter the displayed test schedules:
- Specify a date range in which tests are scheduled to run.
- Search for specific test names.
Active test runs are runs that have been started, but have not yet finished. This includes runs that have a status of running, stopping, initializing, connecting, or delayed.
Choose a project and open the Active Runs pane to view the active test runs for the selected project.
For each of the test runs, the following information is displayed:
The test run ID. Click the Run ID link to see the Dashboard for the test run.
The name of the test. Click the Test name link to see the test's scripts.
Note: The test ID and name only include links if the user is assigned to the project.
The run status: Running, Stopping, Initializing, Connecting, or Delayed.
Tip: You can group the test runs by test name or status.
The time the test run started.
The current duration of the test run.
The number of Vusers configured for the test.
Who triggered the test run.