Section 1 : Introduction

Lecture 1 Why Do You Want to Test Application For Performance 9:41
Lecture 2 Motivation For Performance Testing (Slides)
Lecture 3 Types of Test To Address Performance Issues 8:12
Lecture 4 Types of Performance Testing (slides) 7:14
Lecture 5 Risks Addressed Through Performance Testing 9:5
Lecture 6 Risks Addressed Through Performance Testing (Slides)
Lecture 7 How To Do Performance Testing -- Testing Methodology 7:11

Section 2 : Setting Up Test Environment

Lecture 8 Identifying System Under Test 5:23
Lecture 9 Overview of Application Under Test 6:32
Lecture 10 Test Deployment For Our Project 7:6
Lecture 11 Setting Up Test Environment 9:16
Lecture 12 Setting Up Apache Web Server on Amazon Cloud 13:19
Lecture 13 Setting Up Oracle Database Server on Amazon Cloud 10:20
Lecture 14 Installing Moodle On Test Set Up 7:41
Lecture 15 Checking Moodle Functionality on Test Setup 7:50
Lecture 16 Chapter 2 Summary (slides) 7:14

Section 3 : Identifying Performance Acceptance Criteria

Lecture 17 Performance Acceptance Criteria 5:54
Lecture 18 Performance Acceptance Criteria(Slides)
Lecture 19 Performance Acceptance Criteria Case Study 1 6:15
Lecture 20 Performance Acceptance Criteria Case Study 1 (Slides)
Lecture 21 Performance Acceptance Criteria Case Study 2 5:39
Lecture 22 Performance Acceptance Criteria Case Study 2 (slides) 7:14
Lecture 23 Performance Acceptance Criteria For Our Project 4:55
Lecture 24 Performance Acceptance Criteria For Our Project(slides)

Section 4 : Workload Design

Lecture 25 What is a Work Load 11:1
Lecture 26 What is a workload(slides) 7:14
Lecture 27 Case Study on Sample Workload 10:31
Lecture 28 Design Consideration For Workload 5:8
Lecture 29 Design Consideration For Developing a Workload (slides) 7:14
Lecture 30 Common Mistake While Designing Workload 7:17
Lecture 31 Common Mistakes While Developing Workload (slides) 7:13
Lecture 32 Workload For Our Project 9:32
Lecture 33 Workload For our Project(slides) 7:14

Section 5 : Test Implementation

Lecture 34 Phases of Test Implementation 5:33
Lecture 35 Creating a Simple Load Generator 9:9
Lecture 36 Creating a Sample Load Generator(slides) 7:14
Lecture 37 Extending Simple Load Generator 6:1
Lecture 38 Extending Simple Load Generator(slides) 7:14
Lecture 39 Enterprise Load Generation Tool Consideration 9:42
Lecture 40 Enterprise Load Testing Tools(slides) 7:14

Section 6 : Test Execution

Lecture 41 Test Execution Cycle 3:10
Lecture 42 Test Execution Life Cycle(slides) 7:14
Lecture 43 Test Environment Validation 10:20
Lecture 44 Validating Test Environment(slides) 7:14
Lecture 45 Test Validation 4:59
Lecture 46 Validating Test(slides) 7:14
Lecture 47 Test Execution 4:52
Lecture 48 Creating Baseline and Archive 4:57
Lecture 49 About Proctor Testing Pdf

Section 7 : Result Analysis and Report

Lecture 50 Performance Analysis Fundamentals 12:47
Lecture 51 Foundation of Performance Analysis(slides) 7:13
Lecture 52 Average Response Time Can be Misleading 6:54
Lecture 53 Average Response Time Analysis(slides) 7:14
Lecture 54 Introducing Percentile Response Time 5:57
Lecture 55 Percentile Response Time Analysis (slides) 7:14
Lecture 56 Writing Performance Report 13:50

Section 8 : Conclusion

Lecture 57 Final Thoughts on Class and Next Steps 1:5