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NeoLoad Interview Questions and Answers

Here are some of the interview questions and answers on NeoLoad: What is NeoLoad? NeoLoad is a performance testing tool designed to test different types of web, standalone and mobile applications. What is the difference between Loadrunner, JMeter and NeoLoad? Click here for differences What are the different counters you monitor in NeoLoad? Average Response Time(requests), average response time(pages), average requests/s, average throughput, current response time(requests), current response time(pages), current requests, current throughput, current users count, controller cpu load, controller memory load etc. What are the different type of tools you can integrate with NeoLoad? App Dynamics, CA APM Integration, Dyna trace integration, HP ALM or Quality Center Integration, Java and Jamo Solutions M-eux Test Integration, Jenkins Integration, perfecto mobile integration, selenium integration. What are the different type of Operating systems you can mon

JMeter Interview Questions and Answers

What is JMeter? Apache JMeter is an open source load testing application which is purely developed in Java. Apache JMeter is mainly used to test the performance and stability of an application. What are the different type of applications you can test with JMeter? You can test mainly web applications, it all supports to test PHP, Java, ASP.NET, web services, databases, mail servers, network etc. What are the protocol JMeter supports? IT support more than 10 protocols, here are some of the protocols that JMeter supports. Web Protocol: To test the web applications, it supports both HTTP and HTTPS protocols. Web Services: To test web services applications, it supports both SOAP and REST. FTP: File Transfer Protocol, it is used to test the FTP servers and applications. Database via JDBC: It is used to test the database applications. LDAP: Lightweight Directory Access Protocol Message-oriented middleware (MOM) via JMS Mail – It is used to test mail servers

Selenium Interview Questions and Answers

What is Selenium? What is the difference between Selenium WebDriver and Selenium IDE? Selenium is an automation tool which is used to test different applications mainly web applications, browsers and platforms. Selenium is a set of tools: Selenium Integrated Development Environment: It’s a record and playback tool designed to record the user actions and playback the user actions that are performed. Selenium Remote Control: It is used to write automated web applications UI in any programming languages such as Java. Selenium WebDriver: It is introduced in Selenium 2.0, the robust technology that was used in Selenium webdriver uses browser native commands. Selenium Grid: It is also introduced with Selenium 2.0, it is mainly used to distribute the test in different systems and manage from a single point. What are the browsers and environments selenium supports? Selenium Supporting Browsers:  Firefox 27, 26, 24, 17; Internet explorer 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11; Safari D