This short post describes the modifications made to OctoPerf for its last update, and how they can help you save time while load testing.
Our goal is, and has always been, to ease the work of load testers. Creating test reports using Word / Excel can take a lot of time.
Exporting the report
That’s why we automated this process in OctoPerf, our load testing solution. Even as your performance bench is running, you can edit the generated report:
- List errors to check that your virtual users are properly configured,
- Add various charts to identify performance bottleneck,
- Insert text to explain what could be donne to improve response times,
- Give your conclusions to the stakeholders.
You can have a complete test report, ready to be delivered, as soon as the bench ends. And now, you can directly export it from OctoPerf into a PDF file.
It’s as simple as clicking on the button. The view then switches to the export mode. And your report is pre-formatted for printing :