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What are the check points for performance testing by manually??

What are the check points for performance testing by manually???

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Some checkpoints below:

A.come up with exact end user scenarios and use cases.
B.Simulating end user environment.
C.Gathering/Creating data for testing.
D. Designing the experiments.
E. Automating the usecases for wider coverage/more scenario coverage.
F.Analyze Test results for identifying problem and communicating to developers.



Hello buddy,

Manual testing is done by software quality analysts. Who carefully analyse it by the application screens and try out different usage and input combinations.

They analyse the results to the expected delivery and report their observations. But, these manual processes have to be repeated often during the software life cycle due to either an unexpected source code change or due to other circumstances.

Some of the other factors include multiple operating conditions or hardware configurations that might appear from time to time.

Though the QA groups perform them accurately yet, the delivered software always has bugs. QA engineers always try to catch them up before the product is delivered but flaws always creep in, even though the best manual methods are followed.

Therefore, the next solution lies in the enterprises to take up or adopt test automation services which is the best way to increase the effectiveness, efficiency, and coverage to make sure quality deliverables.



Here are some of the questions you should ask and steps you should complete when getting started with performance testing:

Identify The Load Testing Objective
Determine Which Type Of Application Requires Performance Testing
Define Your Test Plan
Identify The Special Software Or Plug-Ins
Identify Specific Key Performance Indicators(KPIs)

A performance and scalability testing checklist helps discover performance issues.


Performance testing is a basically means to ensure quality assurance services and following parameters are considered that are related to performance of an application:
1. Response time/Page load time
2. How much an application is stable
3. How much data your application can handle to ensure the proper functioning.

Though performance Testing results are more reliable and relevant when automated test scripts are used rather than manual test cases. Also performance testing is something vary from application to application like what kind of application you are testing e.g. your application is something that have multiple entities that require huge database or is it something that just works on the basis of constant data(no new entities required).

However there are few cases through which we can perform performance testing manually:

  • We can determine the number of active sessions application can handle.
  • A sanity manual test can be used to find out the page load or response time
  • How much data through an application can be exported/imported.
  • The amount of CPU time, the memory being used by your application
  • If mobile app, then by running the application in background(for few hours) and then verify the updated changes.If application is showing the correct and accurate data.  

Anand Singh


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