Now that the application is deployed, how do you ensure it can handle the load? Learn how to integrate web and load testing into the process in this video.
- [Narrator] I'm back here in Visual Studio Team Services,…and I want to start working on…the web automated performance tests…and setting those up within VSTS.…Up until now, we have used testing…as part of our continuous build process,…but not so much in a continuous release or delivery.…So let's go over to the Release tab.…In the Dashboard you can see the Release item…up at the top of the screen.…Go down to the Releases option in the list.…Select that.…
And that will take us to the release definition screen,…like we did in the last video.…So now we can see we have the releases that we've run.…But what I want to do, is over on the left side,…click on the release name that we're going to be working with.…And then come up to the middle of the screen,…and click on the Edit link.…That takes us into the Release Editor.…In the Release Editor, I have the ability…to setup my automated testing.…I have setup some tests already in my release,…but I haven't enabled them.…
This way we can walk through each one of those individually.…
- What's DevOps?
- Version control Git
- Using TFVC
- Creating the continuous integration build in Git and TFVC
- Continuous delivery
- Creating and running a release management pipeline
- Continuous testing
- Implementing Application Insights
- Reading Application Insights data