Micro Focus LoadRunner Enterprise Scalability

Rune Midtvedt
Senior Consultant at a software R&D company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The scalability is good enough. Sometimes we get a message from the generators that they are at 80% or more capacity. That is an error we get quite commonly. We only have eight gigabytes on the generators and it is recommended to use 16 gigabytes. I guess that is likely the reason why we have this problem. This happens a lot more often when we are running TruClient. The 80% capacity error comes up very fast in that case. We can not run many users with TruClient at all. View full review »
Lloyd Witt
Managed Services Architect at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
This solution is scalable. I have used it from 10 to 1000 users. My typical use case scenario is about 200 to 250 users, but that is when it becomes a problem. With ten users on the system, it's not difficult to figure out if you have a problem before you start. Users are not using this solution; rather, they are using the solution that we are testing. It's a testing tool and there are no set users for it. We have ten people in the organization and MTM that know how to deploy and run this solution. We use it regularly. View full review »
Associate at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
The solution is scalable, and it's based on the number of licenses you have. In comparison, with BlazeMeter, I ran thousands of users, because it's very cheap and we could scale up the number of users easily with very little overhead. In my experience, I've used BlazeMeter to scale up to 5,000 users. With Micro Focus, there are not more than 2,000 users. View full review »
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