Do you know what you need to know? New HP BPM questionnaire makes it simple to gather information

Few things disrupt progress on a project worse than discovering after  you start work that you’re missing crucial information.

 

That’s why we just released a new questionnaire template for Business Process Monitor that administrators can use with application owners who require monitoring services.

 

This new free-to-download questionnaire will help you communicate with the different teams when you get a new request for a BPM monitor. You can either send them this form or meet with the application owners and fill it out together to get all the details you need to build the requested script.

 

The template, which works for both new and modified Business Process scripting for a process or application, provides a straightforward way for you to identify and save all the critical details you need to monitor an application, including:

-          Monitoring start and stop times

-          Where this script will be launched

-          Thresholds

-          Text  or image checks

-          Parameters

-          The location settings, runtime settings and proxy settings

-          Scheduling and more

 

It even includes a nice example of a request for new Business Process.

 

Download the questionnaire template here

 

To learn more about BPM:

Comments
jay09 | ‎04-22-2014 01:40 PM

quick question...if anyone can help answer this..I would be appreciate.

 

"can we use test cases from a previous trial version of load in a new license of Load Runner?

aren't th etest cases saved in a repositorey that we can then copy onto the next version of Load Runner?

 

Thank you in advance.

 

J.

Igor Markov(anon) | ‎07-04-2014 08:28 AM
@Jay09, LoadRunner new version are always backward compatible, meaning that with any new LoadRunner version, you can always run scripts created with earlier releases. Also there is difference between scripts created with trial version.
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