This week we have lots of new load testing content in the Test Studio documentation. To help you use Test Studio's load testing features to their full potential, we have created three new knowledge base articles on designing your load tests. The Load Testing Strategies article describes four of the most common load test types, and how to start designing them in Test Studio. Our Selecting Load Traffic page describes some general principles to use in choosing the user profile traffic to capture or import into your Test Studio load test. And in the Profiling Your Application KB article, we discuss monitoring the performance of the machines in your load test to create deeper insights into your application's behavior. We hope these articles will help bridge the gap between general load testing ideas and the specific features of Test Studio's load testing tool.
Also, we've updated our Chrome article to note that you may need to log out of your Google account before using our automatic browser calibration feature. A fix for this behavior is on the way soon.
Check back for more updates, and send us your comments on the Test Studio documentation at our Feedback Portal.