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נושא Load Engineer Comverse

Load Engineer Comverse 29 דצמ 2013 18:01 #1096

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Job description

Perform load tests to ensure product readiness to go live

Analyze performance requirements and create load scenarios (Stability, Maintenance, High Availability, Negative, Stress, Benchmarks)

Write scripts in Load Runner or similar tool

Monitor and analyze system behavior pointing out problematic results

Identify the bottlenecks in the application performance, conduct analysis and provide recommendations to management to improve the performance.

Run benchmark to examine Units and SW capabilities and limitations.

Work closely with System engineers, Developers, Integrators, Functional testing and Release Manager

Contribute to improve load tools and methodologies

Ability to search and implement new tools and test methodologies as needed
Desired Skills and Experience

Experienced with performance testing of complex systems and applications on multiple platforms - Mandatory

Proficiency in Linux – mandatory.

Expertise in Load tools (Load Runner – an advantage).

Scripts writing capabilities (Load Runner, shell, Perl).

Working experience in various Protocols (HTTP, IMAP, SMTP, LDAP, WinSock, Oracle 2-Tier)

Data bases – an advantage

Systems resources (CPU, Memory, disks) - mandatory

Experienced with: EMC, NetApp storages – an advantage

Fluent English.
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