A test architecture was built based on the requirements.
Carvajal – Servinte needed the Clinical Suite Enterprise to maintain or improve its performance in the new operating system, which implied a great challenge
Our client Carvajal – Servinte, in order to offer a better security, storage and administration experience to its collaborators, began the process of transforming its systems infrastructure, since they were carrying out their operational tasks in the Windows Server 2008 operating system and had to make a change from operating system to Windows Server 2012, a change that allowed them to overcome several years of technological difference. That is why it was necessary to verify and evaluate that the performance of the client’s main application was not affected: Servinte Clinical Suite Enterprise, in the new version of the operating system.
Carvajal – Servinte needed the “Clínical Suite Enterprise” to maintain or improve its performance in the new operating system, which implied a great challenge, and was to identify the most appropriate configuration and tuning at the level of the operating system and components of the Servinte product, with the in order to identify with a degree of precision the necessary infrastructure that its clients should provision for its execution.
There are multiple tools or models to perform non-functional tests on web environments, Web Services or on components such as Microservices that operate by overloading the sending and receiving of web information, but for desktop applications deployed in monolithic environments there are generally limitations in both tools and In the method, therefore, carrying out the client’s request to carry out the tests simulating 30 people simultaneously entering the server and using the Servinte Clinical Suite Enterprise application was challenging, it implied proposing a different and innovative solution to respond to this need, which led to: simulating several test agents that allowed the execution of the test scenarios designed, and verifying how the application behaved with the different users of the operating system.