Load Testing and Monitoring Microsoft Silverlight Applications

You use Microsoft Silverlight!

Microsoft Silverlight® is an Internet browser plug-in for developing rich Internet applications, incorporating animation and audio and video feeds. Silverlight, Microsoft’s solution for rich Internet applications, uses Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) for its browser-server communication.

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Silverlight Support

Silverlight applications may rely on .Net binary XML to communicate with the server: MC-NBFX (binary XML) or MC-NBFS (binary SOAP). Since this is a binary protocol, testing and monitoring such Silverlight applications requires this protocol to be specifically supported. Neotys’ Silverlight support allows you to:

  • Record the .Net binary XML to be played back.
  • Extract/replace XML binary data during testing and monitoring in order to variabilize the calls (the data is presented in XML format in the scenario).
  • Automatically handle the session IDs used by Silverlight.


A short animation demonstrating a load test for Silverlight applications helps explain how Neotys supports this technology.

“Make sure it works!”

Thanks to Neotys, you can create scenarios to test and monitor your Microsoft Silverlight applications’ behavior under stress, and validate their performance while pinpointing any weaknesses. Realistically testing and monitoring your applications with NeoLoad and NeoSense means you can deliver better performance to your customers at a lower total cost of ownership.

Testing & Monitoring Services

Neotys Consultants: Experts in Microsoft .NET and Silverlight Load Testing & Monitoring

All of our consultants here at Neotys are experts in the field of load testing and monitoring, optimizing Microsoft Silverlight applications and configuring .NET application servers. We offer a wide range of services from training to performance testing and monitoring. We can even complete full infrastructure optimization with your team. Contact us for further information  Microsoft Silverlight, Microsoft and logo are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in U.S.A and other countries.

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