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From Oliver Lloyd <oliver_ll...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: I have to test multi tenant application using Jmeter
Date Wed, 11 Jan 2012 11:49:54 GMT
Sounds like you're using the language of PaaS and trying to apply it to
performance testing, that won't work. Essentially, it appears that you have
very limited or no knowledge of the fundamentals of running a load test,
apologies if this is not the case but assuming it is then you should
probably reconsider your attempt to run load against a system that you do
not manage when when you are starting from this position of relative
inexperience - it would be unwise to try and you're better off stating this
to your managers now rather than facing their wrath later.

PaaS means your company have signed a contract to lease the use of someone
else's system; within that contract are going to be some clauses that relate
to usage and there's a very good chance that you will end up breaching these
clauses if you start blindly running tests with no experience o this should
be done. At best you will end up with misleading results that waste people's
time, at worst you could cause your company to have their contract
terminated (it happens).

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