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Two Interesting reads, Offers great insights on Senior QA Roles What is a test architect? From John Morrison's Blog - Test Architect
I never see common agreement on any software-related titles. In some shops where I have worked "Architect" implies a thinker, not a doer. For QA Architect, it means someone who thinks about QA, researches and suggests improved methods and metrics. Sometimes it's someone who trains others. In other shops, "Architect" just means "very Senior". It's the ...
I could give you my best guess, but really you ought to ask them. Titles and responsibilities vary from one company to the next.
As far as I can tell, you are trying to answer the question "How do I take the information I have from usage of my current system - number of concurrent users and hits per second - and convert that into how many concurrent threads in JMeter?". I'll answer the best I can, if that is not your question, please correct me. Tools like JMeter don't allow you to ...
Is this a real-world question, or an academic one? Are you trying to find the answer for your particular application that you are testing? Or are you looking for a general formula as an answer? If you have an application that is already in production, then you can analyze the logs and determine the usage pattern of your 2000+ users. That will tell you how ...
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