Performance Testing Questions and Answers


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1
____ may be thought of as a virtual table, that is, a table that does not really exist in its own right but is instead derived from one or more underlying base table.
a. Entity
b. View
c. Attribute
d. Database

Answer : View

2
___________ can be done in parallel with Test development stage
a. Test execution setup
b. Test design setup
c. Test environment setup
d. Database design

Answer : Test environment setup

3
________Structure is an exhaustive, hierarchical tree structure for tasks/deliverables that need to be performed to complete a project
a. Work Load Modelling
b. Resource Loading Sheet
c. Efforts Break Down
d. Work Break Down

Answer : Work Break Down

4
Benchmarking and Base lining _________: Focus is on how long a single transaction, or set of transactions, take for a normal user during normal conditions.
a. Performance Benchmarking
b. snapshot
c. Baseline Testing
d. Use a PacketSniffer

Answer : Baseline Testing

5
Best Practices _____________: Using a structured and standardized estimation process with tool, provides a reliable prediction of effort for the project
a. Use Estimation Model
b. PT estimation
c. Compare and Contrast
d. Refer Historical Data

Answer : Use Estimation Model

6
Best Practices -___________: Normalization of complexity across projects will ensure easy references across similar projects to arrive at accurate estimates.
a. Normalization of Complexities
b. Document Assumptions and Dependencies
c. Compare and Contrast
d. Refer Historical Data

Answer : Normalization of Complexities

7
Estimation -_______________ is an exhaustive, hierarchical tree structure for tasks/deliverables that need to be performed to complete a project.
a. Work Break Down Structure
b. Work Break Structure
c. Work Down Structure
d. Break Down Structure

Answer : Work Break Down Structure

8
In load testing, without any time difference when multiple users hit on the same event of an application under the load test is called______hit.
a. consecutive user
b. Bulk user
c. Simultaneous User
d. concurrent user

Answer : concurrent user

9
Load Balancing Having fault resilience means that
a. Increasing more servers to the farm
b. an alternative server can take over when, inevitably, a server crashes or just needs maintenance work done
c. This is called ensuring uninterrupted continuous availability of mission-critical applications.
d. Increasing the resources of server to support more load

Answer : an alternative server can take over when, inevitably, a server crashes or just needs maintenance work done

10
Load Balancing Having your applications on more than one machine allows operations personnel to work on one machine while the other is busy working
a. Increasing more servers to the farm
b. an alternative server can take over when, inevitably, a server crashes or just needs maintenance work done
c. This is called ensuring uninterrupted continuous availability of mission-critical applications.
d. Increasing the resources of server to support more load

Answer : This is called ensuring uninterrupted continuous availability of mission-critical applications.

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