Performance Testing - Multiple Choice Questions

Performance Testing - Multiple Choice Questions

Some more specific reasons for conducting performance testing include:

A) Assessing release readiness
B) Assessing infrastructure adequacy
C) Assessing adequacy of developed software performance
D) Improving the efficiency of performance tuning
E) All of above

Performance Testing and Tuning is one and the same thing.

A) True
B) False

Performance is concerned with achieving ..................... that meet the performance objectives for the project or product.

A) response times, throughput, and resource-utilization levels
B) response times, throughput, and stress levels
C) reason times, throughput, and resource-utilization levels
D) response times, click-through, and resource-utilization levels

Performance Testing explores several system qualities, that can be simplified to:

A) Speed
B) Capacity
C) Scalability
D) Stability
E) Partition

............. is the process of comparing your system’s performance against a baseline that you have created internally or against an industry standard endorsed by some other organization.

A) Comparison Reports
B) Benchmarking
C) Bench-staging
D) Compare-marking

Performance, load, and stress tests are subcategories of performance testing, each intended for a different purpose.

A) True
B) False

While collecting requirements for performance testing, it is important to decide whether they are .........., that is to ensure that the performance requirements are quantified and validated in an objective way.

A) measurable
B) scalable
C) testable
D) Objective

Performance testing plan includes the details about test bed setup.

A) True
B) False

Performance testing occurs before functional testing.

A) True
B) False

Typical Performance metrics include:

A) Performance Vs users
B) Performance Vs time
C) Hits per hour
D) average amount of data downloaded per company visit.