Runs the Quick Web Performance Test with Visual Studio Team Services.
The task can be used in a build or release definition to generate load against an application URL using the Visual Studio Team Services Cloud-based Load Test Service. The Cloud-based Load Test Service is based in Microsoft Azure and can be used to test your app's performance by generating load on it, and verify it exists and is responsive.
The build agent must have the following capabilities:
- Azure PowerShell
|VS Team Services connection||The name of a Generic Service Endpoint that references the Team Services account you will be running the load test from and publishing the results to.
- Required for builds and releases on TFS and must specify a connection to the Team Services account where the load test will run.
- Optional for builds and releases on Team Services. In this case, if not provided, the current Team Services connection is used.
- See Generic service endpoint.
|Website Url||Required. The URL of the app to test.|
|Test Name||Required. A name for this load test, used to identify it for reporting and for comparison with other test runs.|
|User Load||Required. The number of concurrent users to simulate in this test. Select a value from the drop-down list.|
|Run Duration (sec)||Required. The duration of this test in seconds. Select a value from the drop-down list.|
|Load Location||The location from which the load will be generated. Select a global Azure location, or Default to generate the load from the location associated with your Team Services account.|
|Run load test using||Select Automatically provisioned agents if you want the cloud-based load testing service to automatically provision agents for running the load tests. The application URL must be accessible from the Internet.
Select Self-provisioned agents if you want to test apps behind the firewall. You must provision agents and register them against your Team Services account when using this option. See Testing private/intranet applications using Cloud-based load testing.
|Fail test if Avg. Response Time (ms) exceeds||Specify a threshold for the average response time in milliseconds. If the observed response time during the load test exceeds this threshold, the task will fail.|
|Control options||See Control options|