The HP Service Virtualization monitors enable you to analyze the status and performance of the simulated services during the load test run.
For example, you may integrate a payment process service containing the following services and operations into your script:
|Type||Example Name||Example Description|
|Service||CreditServ||Process online credit card payments|
|Operation||CreditServ.PurchaseRequest||Cardholder requests product/service|
|Operation||CreditServ.AuthorizationRequest||Merchant request authorization for payment|
|Operation||CreditServ.AuthorizationApproval||Credit card company authorizes or denies payment|
The online monitors measure the overall behavior of the service and each operation. The following flowchart illustrates using a service and operations for credit card payment.
|Operations||Average Response Time||Average response time of virtual service in milliseconds.|
|Hit Rate||Number of requests per second of the virtual service operation.|
|Throughput||Data sent and received by virtual service operation measured in megabytes.|
|Services||Average Response Time||Average response time of virtual service in milliseconds.|
|Data Simulation Accuracy||Accuracy of data model emulation on virtual service, displayed as a percentage.|
|Hit Rate||The number of requests per second of the virtual service.|
|Performance Simulation Accuracy||Accuracy of performance model emulation on virtual service, displayed as a percentage.|
|Throughput||Data sent and received on virtual service measured in megabytes.|