Testing Professional, Load Runner, .Net, J2EE – AppLabs

Posted on July 20, 2007. Filed under: .NET, Java/J2EE Technologies, Load Runner |

AppLabs is a global IT services company specializing in quality management, testing, and certification solutions. With over a decade of experience behind it, AppLabs has become a trusted partner to more than 600 companies, providing both quality assurance and third-party validation.

 

ATSM—Roles and responsibilities:

• Should be able to build utilities/programs to profile, trace, analyze and report information across technology stack components.
• Review and evaluate system architecture from Performance view point and offer suggestions to improve
• Independently manage complexity projects and work with client directly
• Directly responsible for different areas with in testing such as defect management, test ware management, test estimation, test reporting, test metrics, testing techniques etc…
• Thoroughly reviews the work done by the team members and assumes complete ownership for the quality of the deliverables
• Responsible to plan, execute and report the work done with explicit clarity and high degree of details

Skills required/background:

• He/she must be an expert in either MI Load Runner or RadView Web Load. Work experience in Jmeter is a major plus
• Proven experience in leading performance testing projects. Played TL role for at-least about 1year or more.
• Knowledgeable on wide variety of technology stack components (Operating systems/Data bases/Network/programming languages/system utilities…).
• Proven expertise in Web Technologies (.NET and J2EE), Client/Server and different flavors of UNIX.
• Recognized industry certification in the areas of testing/technology will be a major plus

• Should posses a professional graduation degree or above from a reputed university/college.

If interested, kindly send your CV to suhasini.paul@applabs.com

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