Creating and Editing Load and Web Performance Tests
You can use Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate to create load tests and Web performance tests to perform stress and performance tests on your applications. When you create a load test using the New Load Test Wizard, you can add existing Web performance tests and unit tests to it and customize the test to meet your specific testing or debugging needs. When you create a Web performance test, you record the Web requests in a browser session. The Web requests are presented in the Web Performance Test Editor when the browser session is finished. You can then debug in the Web Performance Test Results Viewer.
Creating and editing load tests: You can include Web performance tests and unit tests in a load test to measure your application's stress and performance. Load tests are created using the New Load Test Wizard, edited with the Load Test Editor, and analyzed in the Load Test Analyzer. All these tools are included in Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate.
Creating and editing Web performance tests: You can create Web performance tests to test your Web applications by using the Web Performance Test Recorder, the Web Performance Test Editor and the Web Performance Test Results Viewer. All these tools are included in Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate.
Visual Studio Ultimate can use a group of computers to generate simulated load for testing, and to run tests remotely and concurrently on several computers.