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So under the Technical Session details at Brian Madden's BriForum I spotted this, sounds quite interesting?

Massive Stress testing with DeNamiK’s LoadGen, the free CSTK Alternative by Daniel Nikolic

Jeroen van de Kamp, Login Consultants
Daniel Nikolic, DNC-IT.com

Duration: 60 minutes
Summary: In this session we will discuss how to effectively setup massive load testing of a (production) Citrix Farm with DeNamiK’s LoadGen, the freeware alternative to the CSTK (Citrix Server Test Kit). Currently the load test tools are either very expensive, complex, or unable to truly do massive load testing. We will discuss the real-world bottlenecks of large-scale load tests, and how these are addressed within DeNamiK’s LoadGen. A demo will be given on how to setup and run a proper benchmark of a Citrix environment.

Posted on Wednesday, March 22, 2006 7:53 PM Citrix , IT Management , Real Cool Stuff , Microsoft Tips | Back to top


Comments on this post: Possibly an interesting tool coming for Citrix Testing? Anyone going to BriForum?

# re: Possibly an interesting tool coming for Citrix Testing? Anyone going to BriForum?
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I've written a test tool evaluation guide to aid in choosing the right test tool for Citrix environments, the Test Tool Evaluation Guide is available for FREE from my website.
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