Performance Testing from UML Models with Resource Descriptions

Flávio M. de OliveiraRômulo da S. MennaHugo V. VieiraDuncan D. A. Ruiz

Markovian models and techniques normally used in performance analysis do not apply directly to performance testing. While analysis models are steady-state, testing scenarios are transient; also, assumptions about resources considered when applying steady-state analysis may not be valid in real test scenarios. We present here a strategy for performance modeling adapted to performance testing. Our input is a performance specification using the UML 2.0 SPT Profile, from which we extract a modified Stochastic Petri Net; this model represents the information we need to generate realistic test scenarios. We implemented the strategy into the UpperT tool, and show how it can be used to automatically derive test scripts for a Web application.

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