All right, so I see that a lot of people have done performance testing. Even like most of you. Yeah, I think we are on a majority, slightly close, but still we are on a good path to do it. What do you expect, these results? Actually, no. I thought that like most of the people don't do it, but it's good to know that like most of the people are like getting professional in this area. It's a hard one.
Oh, definitely. And it's very important, I think, especially that we moved online with so many devices and we had so many issues with the performance all the time, right?
Yeah, also like there's a lot of types of performance testing, there's stress testing, low testing, peak testing. Yeah, I think that's a good point that you mentioned, because one of the questions I had was this, how many of these types do you think we can cover with a good amount of work, not to sacrifice and not publish anything anymore, because it's not properly tested, or which would be the most important of them to be tested for sure? From the types that you mentioned.
All of them should be tested, I mean, and by the way, in AutoCanon, you can write scripts that can help you do it like very efficiently, like it's, for example, it's very important to do like performance testing, stress testing, to understand how much load your server can handle. And also it's really important to understand, you know, if like you have a specific amount of traffic, and then, like suddenly you have a peak, it's very, very important to make sure that your server won't collapse. I mean, like in peaks, there are a lot of other like issues like autoscale, like you have to see that you take up other instances of your server quickly and that your user are getting responses fast. So I think if you're talking about prioritization, of course, like stress and load testing are to my opinion at least, are the tasks that you should start with and then you should go to peak testing.
Yeah, I agree, agree. Now, yeah, we need a bit of prioritization because sometimes we just don't have the resources, that is why.
Okay, so, Bamfa was asking, how does AutoCAD compare to Gatling regarding injection profiles? Example, Ramp-up-Authors, sorry, it's a bit hard for me. Scenarios for those who request... I'm sorry. Can you please repeat how AutoCAD compare to? Gatling, G-A-T-L-I-N-G. And the more like regarding injection profiles, scenarios or feeders.
Well, I have to say that usually I don't work with Gatlings because actually the good thing with AutoCAD is that as a developer, I can write like whatever I want, like regarding like scenarios and all the things that I, you know, well, the person who asked this question asked about like how to build like testing scenarios. So I'm just like really comfortable in like doing it in coding. And so like I actually more like the flexibility of Autocad on the thing any scenario that I want. I prefer it then guessing.
I agree. To me it's more simple and gives better results to me at least. Personal experience.
Yeah, Mark has another question. If my computer does not have enough power to channel the server, what should I do? May I orchestrate a swarm of computers to run Autocad then? He was saying that his computer doesn't have enough power to run the Autocad. If I understand correctly.