What's new - StormRunner Load
The following features were introduced or enhanced in StormRunner Load version 3.2 (also known as LoadRunner Cloud).
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Integration with TFS and VSTS
A new extension for Team Foundation Server (TFS, also known as Azure DevOps Server) and Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS, also known as Azure DevOps) enables you to integrate a StormRunner Load test as part of a build script.
For more details, see Use the TFS-VSTS plugin.
Improved support for Jenkins
If you abort a Jenkins job that includes a running load test, the plugin will attempt to stop the load test and download any available results files.
For more details, see Use the Jenkins plugin.
Support for Selenium over Mocha
StormRunner Load now supports Selenium scripts over the Mocha framework.
For more details, see Selenium using Mocha.
Added functionality to delete on-premises load generators from assets
You can now easily delete or remove on-premises load generators from the assets list. Delete a load generator when you have a single project or remove a load generator from a project when you work with multiple projects.
For more details, see On-premises load generators.
NV Insights report
Server time has been added as a new metric on the NV Insights report. This provides an estimate of the time used by the web server to process a request and prepare the response.
Analysis module (beta) enhancements
The following enhancements have been made to the new Analysis module (beta):
- The graph now displays both SLA thresholds and breaches.
- The configuration pane now indicates transactions with SLA breaches and a new column also shows the percentage of transactions that are over the threshold.
- Bulk operations enable you to select a metric and show or hide all of its sub-metrics by type. For example, for a selected transaction you can show or hide all its locations in one go.
For more details, see Analysis (beta).
A new notification type is now included in the notification area. SaaS operators can now push messages to you to inform you of any important issues (for example, a temporary AWS system issue). These messages appear as new notifications in the notification area.
Notice of deprecation
The feature that enables you to load test using your own AWS account will be deprecated as of December 23, 2018.