VSTS Load Test team bloggers: Ed Glas, Bill Barnett, Josh Christie

One of the many great parts of Visual Studio Team System is Load Testing.  As one of the three original projects here in the Durham, North Carolina office, it was known as Ocracoke originally (Version Control was Hatteras, and Work Item Tracking was Currituck -- all three are islands in the North Carolina Outer Banks).

The Load Testing team continues to ramp up on blogging.  In addition to Josh Christie, Ed Glas, group manager, and Bill Barnett, developer, have started blogging.  Other team members that don't have their own blogs will also be contributing posts.  It's a great way to learn about Load Testing.  Check it out!

Comments (1)

  1. Venkatesh says:

    We have created 11 web test scenarios and added those to load test ,then triggered the load test.

    After completing the test successfully.we have started looking for all the requests response times in the Tables view.Unfortunately we are unable to see all the requests ,some requests are missing in the Request Tab in Tables View.

    Is there any limitation on the number of requests displayed in the request tab of Tables View ?

    Please share your input ASAP.

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