Itransition provides load testing for an internet banking solution to ensure high performance and better end user experience
Our customer is an established bank institution providing financial services for individuals and legal entities. The customer had a web solution that offered remote servicing (payments, money transfers, bank statements, etc.). As this solution no longer fulfilled the corporate needs, the customer decided to migrate to a new web portal with enhanced user experience. Before the new system implementation, it was of crucial importance to make sure it was capable of working with the required load.
Itransition QA and testing engineers demonstrated solid expertise in working with banking solutions as well as providing performance testing. Therefore, the customer chose our team to perform the task.
Creating system load supply on the basis of the application’s business logic to check its stability and performance
Emulating real system users
Detecting maximum number of concurrent users
Strategy for test runs
Customized test scenarios with various virtual user (VUser) distribution in each case
Stress testing: increasing the served load to its peak value
Ensured solution quality and performance in line with specific Customer demands
Reduced total cost of ownership
Performance issues elimination at early stages
Faster response time
System’s availability and stable performance during peak loads
Evaluating system behavior under everyday load during a prolonged period of time
System’s confirmed readiness to cope with expected load everyday
Ensured positive user experience
Evaluating system flexibility
Guaranteed performance during a load increase and return to normal functioning after the load drops
Number of VUsers emulated
Test Cases Executed
Critical Issues Eliminated
Deadline and Budget Compliance
The focus of the project was to find out the possible limitations of the new solution as far as the number of concurrent users and amount of transactions per hour were concerned. Itransition QA engineers analyzed all the specifics of the customer’s web solution, developed test scenarios, and performed the tests taking into account its complexity.
We worked with Linux, Java, Oracle DB, and HP Loadrunner.
The following parameters were checked during the testing process:
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