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Method and System for Using Customer Workload Profiling and Analytics to incorporate Customer data/information into Visual Test Workload Execution Modeling Process Tool

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000247633D
Publication Date: 2016-Sep-21
Document File: 4 page(s) / 315K

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Abstract

A method and system is disclosed for using customer workload profiling and analytics to incorporate customer data/information into a visual test workload execution modeling process tool.

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Method and System for Using Customer Workload Profiling and Analytics to incorporate Customer data/information into Visual Test Workload Execution Modeling Process Tool
Disclosed is a method and system for using customer workload profiling and analytics to incorporate customer data/information into a visual test workload execution modeling process tool.

In accordance with the method and system, a customer workload profile is created

within a company based on the functional areas that the customer is actually

exercising/using (functional coverage/intersection) and the activity/stress levels that the customer is attaining. Thereafter, the customer workload profile data incorporated as input to the visual test workload execution modeling process tool. Thereafter, the tool renders the workload transaction characteristics of an individual customer, groups of customers, and even for a greater customer set. The tester can also use the visualized customer empirical data for designing the test workload execution model for a target individual customer or customer set. In addition, the Test workload run model information can be saved in a database repository for future reference and for historical comparison purposes.

Fig. 1 illustrates a customer and test workload/application functional intersection and activity/stress levels (per workload/application data point) for comparison.

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Figure 1

With customer workload input to the visual test workload execution mode...