What's New in LoadRunner Enterprise
This topic introduces the new features and improvements in LoadRunner Enterprise 2022.
What's New video
Learn about some of the new features included in LoadRunner Enterprise version 2022:
Test design and test run enhancements
The following test design and test run enhancements are available:
Updates to scripts include:
For tests created in LoadRunner Enterprise 2022, runtime collation is now the default option for collating run results. Collating during runtime reduces the time required to gather all data at the end of the test . For details, see Collate results.
|Azure Cloud hosts||
Updates to Azure cloud hosts include:
User interface modernization
The following user interface enhancements are available:
Many areas of the online screen are updated using the latest technologies.
Other changes to the interface include:
For details, see View running tests in the online screen.
|Analysis Servers||The Analysis Servers module interface is now updated using the latest technologies. For details, see Manage analysis servers.|
The following administration enhancements are available:
When test hosts become non-operational, an alert notification containing the host name and tenant ID is now sent to specified users if a host becomes non-operational during a Check Host maintenance task. This is in addition to notifications being sent when host status is manually changed to
You can configure timeout limits for user sessions in the appsettings.defaults.json configuration file. For details, see Set the session timeout limit.
|Entity's detail actions||
The following enhancements are available in LoadRunner Enterprise Administration and Site Management:
You can now delete LoadRunner Enterprise server licenses from the Licenses page in LoadRunner Enterprise Administration. For details, see Delete licenses.
You can limit how far in advance users can reserve timeslots from the LoadRunner Enterprise REST API. For details, see Limit timeslot reservations.
Infrastructure, security, and stability
The following security and stability enhancements are available:
Use the new Infrastructure Testing monitor to get basic monitor data for the Controller and all load generator machines involved in a performance test. For details, see Infrastructure Testing monitor graph.
|UAC and DEP||
After installing and configuring LoadRunner Enterprise, all of the LoadRunner Enterprise applications and components can run with User Account Control (UAC) and Data Execution Prevention (DEP) enabled.
|Fixed a potential vulnerability in the log4j library used by LoadRunner Enterprise.|
|Start run activities||
Several updates were made to the start run process to improve stability and performance.
LoadRunner Enterprise now includes a Service Virtualization license. The Virtual Service - All Protocols Unlimited license enables performance engineers to use Virtual Services and simulations during performance testing. Service Virtualization helps to overcome application dependencies, test component performance early and in isolation, improve quality by simulating extreme performance characteristics, and reduce the cost of test environments.
Included usage is one SV Server instance for each LoadRunner Enterprise license, and only in the context of performance testing.
For details, see the Service Virtualization Help Center.