OpenText LoadRunner Professional vs. Oracle Access Management

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
LoadRunner Professional
Score 8.6 out of 10
N/A
A solution simplifies performance load testing for colocated teams. With project-based capabilities, so teams can quickly identify abnormal application behavior.N/A
Oracle Access Management
Score 7.1 out of 10
N/A
Oracle Access Management is a web access solution.N/A
Pricing
OpenText LoadRunner ProfessionalOracle Access Management
Editions & Modules
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
LoadRunner ProfessionalOracle Access Management
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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Features
OpenText LoadRunner ProfessionalOracle Access Management
Load Testing
Comparison of Load Testing features of Product A and Product B
OpenText LoadRunner Professional
8.4
6 Ratings
0% below category average
Oracle Access Management
-
Ratings
End to end performance management9.06 Ratings00 Ratings
Integrated performance data10.06 Ratings00 Ratings
Deployment model flexibility9.06 Ratings00 Ratings
Real time monitoring6.15 Ratings00 Ratings
Automated anomaly detection8.05 Ratings00 Ratings
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Medium-sized Companies
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Score 8.6 out of 10

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Enterprises
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User Ratings
OpenText LoadRunner ProfessionalOracle Access Management
Likelihood to Recommend
9.0
(7 ratings)
9.9
(14 ratings)
Support Rating
3.0
(1 ratings)
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(0 ratings)
User Testimonials
OpenText LoadRunner ProfessionalOracle Access Management
Likelihood to Recommend
OpenText
Micro Focus LoadRunner and its suite of tools, specifically VuGen works wonderfully for us for all web, http/https and web service calls. We've been able to build tests for near any scenario we need with relative ease. As long as we have crafted up requirements for our scenarios / scripts to managed scope, we've had high success working with scripting and data driving. Our main tests are web service calls - typically chained together to form a full scenario with transactions measuring the journey or a similar (measure along the way) journey through a browser. For web services we will use VuGen and browser we've shifted to Tru Client I have had little-to-no experience scripting against a thick client where a ui-driven test would be required. I know its possible but quite costly due to the need to run the actual desktop client to drive tests. We've been fortunate enough to leverage http calls to represent client traffic.
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Oracle
OAM is designed to be scalable, and it can handle large-scale deployments with thousands of users and applications. It provides a centralized framework for managing access to web applications and resources, enabling organizations to define and enforce security policies across their entire IT environment. OAM offers a range of authentication and authorization mechanisms, including multi-factor authentication and OAuth-based authentication, making it suitable for organizations that need to meet different security and compliance requirements.
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Pros
OpenText
  • It can simulate multiple users at the same time and help understand the performance.
  • It can generate excellent reports and give insights into application performance.
  • It is a fast tool and does not take time to perform its functions.
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Oracle
  • Oracle Access Management allows superior session management capabilities. It can maintain and terminate session states using access engine and endpoint cookies or security tokens.
  • It allows for automated single sign-on as well as protocol translation.
  • The suite allows for real-time fraud detection and prevention capabilities. This is especially useful where our applications are accessed by tens of thousands of users simultaneously.
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Cons
OpenText
  • HP LoadRunner with new patches and releases sometimes makes no longer support older version of various protocols like Citrix, which makes the task time-consuming when using older versions of LoadRunner for some of the cases. So it should support older version as well while upgrading.
  • Configuring HP LoadRunner over the firewall involves lots of configuration and may be troublesome. So, there should be a script (power shell script for Windows or shell script for Linux users) to make it easy to use and with less pain.
  • I would like to see the RunTime Viewer of Vugen in HPLoadRunner based on the browser I selected in the run-time configuration to make it feel more realistic as a real user.
  • Licensing cost is very high when we need to perform a test on application for a specific group of users.
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Oracle
  • The product could be improved by simplifying changing the master password. That is, if you change a password in one place, it would be good to automate changing the password for all the gateways so that change is less complicated.
  • It should be more Customizable for Customer Specific needs.
  • Oracle Access Management connects well with Oracle Database but doesn't work smoothly with Microsoft AD.
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Support Rating
OpenText
Customer service is not that great. It's difficult to get hold of someone if an issue is supposed to be addressed on an urgent basis. No online chat service readily available.
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Oracle
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Alternatives Considered
OpenText
HP performance center stacks up very well for front end applications. Need more improvements for API performance testing.
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Oracle
Both are great products. From a technical point of view Oracle Access Management implementation is relatively simple due to the possibility to adjust the functionality and appearance of the system to the customer's needs. SAP is a robust product but not user friendly and more expensive. Overall cost and product functionality was what drove us to implement Oracle Access Management.
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Return on Investment
OpenText
  • The scripts created with traditional web/http protocol are not robust thus re-scripting is required after most every code drop. Troubleshooting and fixing the issue takes more time therefore in most cases we do re-scripting to keep it simple and save time.
  • In ideal world you would rather spend more time doing testing than scripting in that case mostly you could use an Ajax TruClient protocol. This type of script will only fail when an object in the application is removed or changed completely. This way of scripting will save you more time and helps you maintain the scripts with less re-work effort on a release basis. On the long run you will have a better ROI when you use Ajax TruClient protocol for scripting.
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Oracle
  • It help us to reduce password fatigue & exposure related to numerous applications within the organization thus enhancing the users performance
  • The single point of failure always keeps us in tension which make us little nervous about this Oracle SSO.
  • The cost of this product licenses adds to one of the dislikes.
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