About this course

Course code TPNV110
Duration 3 Days

This course is a workshop offering, which enables students to focus on-hands labs and Instructor interaction to provide an agile, flexible learning solution. Participants in this training learn the skills required to implement, use, and maintain the HP Network Virtualization (Network Virtualization) product. This training is useful for people responsible for supporting, testing, and administrating Network Virtualization.

Prerequisites

  • Working knowledge of Windows operating systems, testing concepts, and basic networking and Internet technologies
  • Basic understanding of HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT) and HP LoadRunner (LR) products

Who should attend?

  • Testers, System Administrators, and other personnel responsible for the implementation of Network Virtualization

Delegates will learn how to

  • Describe the benefits of using the Network Virtualization software during testing
  • Provide students with a platform to practice using the Network Virtualization 12.5 interface
  • Provide labs that show the key features of the Network Virtualization 12.5 for LoadRunner and Performance Center and Mobile applications

Outline

Course Overview

  • Review the course objectives, the daily schedule, course logistics, HP MyRooms, eBooks, and related courses

Module 1: Introduction to NV and Basic concepts

  • Describe Network Virtualization (NV)
  • Define the purpose of NV
  • Define the difference between Jitter, Latency, Bandwidth, and Packet Loss
  • Describe the difference that the network can make

Module 2: NV Concepts

  • Describe the difference made by WAN and the application design
  • Describe the Application Performance Engineering methodology

Module 3: Overview and Topology

  • List the benefits associated with NV for LoadRunner/Performance Center (LR/PC)
  • Describe the topology used in NV for LR/PC

Module 4: Virtual Locations Settings and Configuration

  • Configure virtual location per virtual user groups
  • Configure emulation profiles
  • Configure bandwidth allocation

Module 5: Using HP Predictor Reporting

  • Summarize what Predictor does
  • Use Predictor to assess compliance with Service Level Objects (SLOs)

Module 6: VuGen NV Analytics

  • Use NV Analytics
  • Define the different pages within the report
  • List some protocols compatible with NV Analytics report

Module 7: NV for Mobile Overview and Features

  • Describe the NV for Mobile topology
  • List the benefits associated with NV for Mobile

Module 8: NV Test Manager and NV Library

  • Use NV Test Manager
  • Describe what a network profile is
  • Describe the benefits of NV Library

Module 9: Marking Transactions

  • Describe your business process
  • Name transactions

Module 10: Application Programming Interface (API) and Command Line Interface (CLI)

  • Describe the Application Programming Interface (API)
  • Use the API from the Google Chrome Advanced Representational State Transfer (REST) client browser plug-in (if available)
  • Describe the Command Line Interface (CLI)
  • Use the CLI from the Windows command prompt

Module 11: NV Server

  • Describe NV Server
  • Start NV Server
  • Manage the NV Server repository
  • Manage user accounts
  • Manage user groups

Module 12: Analytics Report

  • Describe and launch NV Analytics
  • Use NV Analytics to view and analyze your results
  • View NV Analytics results
  • Use NV Analytics View to identify performance issues
  • Export NV Analytics reports

3 Days

Duration

This is a QA approved partner course

Delivery Method

Delivery method

Classroom

Face-to-face learning in the comfort of our quality nationwide centres, with free refreshments and Wi-Fi.

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