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A scenario-based workload is the most complex workload type. The objective is to replicate real-world conditions by varying the number of virtual users run during a load test, depending on the time of the day. This workload type is used for stability tests that run for extended periods of time - 24 hours, a few days, or even a week.

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A scenario-based workload is the most complex workload type. The objective is to replicate real-world conditions by varying the number of virtual users run during a load test, depending on the time of the day. This workload type is used for stability tests that run for extended periods of time - 24 hours, a few days, or even a week.



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Scenario-Based Workload


A scenario-based workload is the most complex workload type. The objective is to replicate real-world conditions by varying the number of virtual users run during a load test, depending on the time of the day. This workload type is used for stability tests that run for extended periods of time - 24 hours, a few days, or even a week.


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