» Gatling Tests Monitoring with Grafana and InfluxDB
20/02/18 11:22 from BlazeMeter blogs
Gatling Gatling is a very powerful performance testing tool that provides you with a number of ways to monitor and analyze your script’s execution. By default, Gatling provides real-time console monitoring, where you can track different ...

» How to Create a Lightweight Performance Monitoring Solution with Docker, Grafana and InfluxDB
20/02/18 10:38 from BlazeMeter blogs
Performance Testing Some of us who have been working in performance testing for a long time might still remember the days when the only way to analyze your performance tests was to wait until test execution was over, test reports were cr...

» How to Work With Strings in JMeter
19/02/18 14:44 from BlazeMeter blogs
JMeter In this article, I will present the most common and frequently used methods of working with strings when writing tests in Apache JMeter™ . To learn how to create strings in JMeter, you can look at this blog post that I wrote about...

» Your Workload Model is probably wrong
16/02/18 05:51 from My Load Test » Blog
First off, the good news: if you are load testing based on a defined Workload Model, you are already waaaay ahead of a lot of performance testers. I am frequently horrified by testers whose approach is…well, just not very scientifi...

» Why Enterprises Look for Professional Load Testing Tools
15/02/18 14:26 from Neotys Blog
Not all load testing tools are created equally, even if they provide the same type of service and belong to the same product category. And, not all products accommodate the enterprise-grade solution required to ensure these applications ...

» Creating a Simple Spring Boot API from Scratch
15/02/18 11:05 from BlazeMeter blogs
API Testing Currently, many technologies are based on APIs and Microservices, and if they are not based on them yet, they are moving in that direction. From my experience as an Information Technologies engineer, most people in the IT seg...

» How to Use the Delay Thread Creation on JMeter
15/02/18 10:42 from BlazeMeter blogs
JMeter If you go to the Apache JMeter™ best practices page , you will find a helpful tip about the ability to delay thread creation until thread sampling begins. However, it is quite common that the JMeter documentation gives you very ni...

» How to Scale your Load Tests with NeoLoad
13/02/18 18:55 from Neotys Blog
You’ve got complex load tests coming up with a deadline. Your Virtual User (VU) load is significantly higher than anything you’ve tested before. As you prepare your scripts, you’re probably also thinking about Load Gene...

» NeoLoad Tutorial Series: Using Custom Advanced Actions
12/02/18 17:59 from Neotys Blog
As part of our ongoing effort to share the full breadth of NeoLoad’s capabilities, particularly, as the product continues to evolve, Neotys will be publishing a series of tutorials, that will be delivered with each new release of N...

» JMeter Parameterization - The Complete Guide
12/02/18 16:07 from BlazeMeter blogs
JMeter Parameterization is the act of creating different data sets for different users in the same test script. For example, running multiple users with different credentials in the same script. This makes it one of the main aspects in p...

» What’s New in JMeter 4.0?
11/02/18 09:19 from BlazeMeter blogs
JMeter A new Apache JMeter™ version was released on Feb. 11th, version 4.0!  Given that the last major release, of version 3.0 , took place only a little less than two years ago (by comparison, the release of JMeter 2.0 was in 2004!...

» Learning from Online Retail Disasters Like Amazon’s MyDealz
09/02/18 18:54 from Neotys Blog
This week’s Amazon’s order processing issue perfectly underscores the importance for Performance Testers to always be planning for that “rainy day.” If you were unaware of the event, on the 7th of February the Amazon.de order processing ...

» IoT Load Testing Best Practices
08/02/18 15:00 from Neotys Blog
IoT’s Big Bang The Internet of Things (IoT) is a vast network of connected, physical objects or “things.” These “things” can be devices, vehicles, wearables, home appliances, sensors, and actuators. Each has an assigned IP address ...

» How to Generate OpenAPI Definitions From Code
08/02/18 10:04 from BlazeMeter blogs
Swagger/Open API An API lifecycle, just like any other product lifecycle, starts with the design phase. During this stage, the API is devised based on the needs of actual or potential API consumers, while taking in other factors, such as...

» How to Set Up a Gatling Tests’ Implementation Environment
07/02/18 10:40 from BlazeMeter blogs
Gatling Gatling follows a tests implementation approach that prescribes creating all of your tests by using a programming language. Scripting the tests gives us lots of benefits, which we went through in our previous article “8 Reasons Y...

» Diameter Server Load Testing - A Guide
06/02/18 10:16 from BlazeMeter blogs
JMeter Diameter is a client/server application level protocol of AAA (authentication, authorization, accounting) type. Just like the Radius protocol, which is also of AAA type, the Diameter protocol services heavy loads of users. Therefo...

» Legion: Status, and Future Plans
12/12/17 14:45 from Load Testing Blog
Over the past two years, my employer, Web Performance, Inc, has supported my work on the Legion Load Testing Framework when my other duties permit. The result has been a very flexible suite of software that has given us the ability to ta...

» Introducing the Measurements extension for MuseIDE
07/12/17 12:58 from Load Testing Blog
The Measurements extension is a free (and open-source ) project extension for MuseIDE and the Muse Test Framework  that adds evaluation of performance criteria to a test.  This initial release adds two new capabilities: Collect and store...

» The Case for Legion
05/12/17 14:45 from Load Testing Blog
What is Legion? Legion is a distributed, protocol-agnostic load testing tool. You can learn more or get started with Legion on the legion-starter-pack GitHub page . Why does it exist? I wanted to create a tool that would solve the most c...

» Case Study: Load Testing a Raw TCP Service
27/11/17 21:10 from Load Testing Blog
Last updated November 2017. You can also read this article on legion-starter-pack GitHub page . A customer approached us wanting to load test a network service via a proprietary binary TCP protocol. The customers use case involved thousa...

» The Top 7 Mistakes in Performance Testing
16/11/17 22:36 from My Load Test » Blog
This is my talk on the Top 7 Mistakes in Performance Testing that I delivered at the first Neotys Performance Advisory Council in November 2017. My presentation can be downloaded from SlideShare, and Neotys will be making all 15 speakers...

» Neotys Performance Advisory Council 2017
16/11/17 02:38 from My Load Test » Blog
Recently, Neotys (the company responsible for NeoLoad) held their first Performance Advisory Council in Scotland. Their idea was to get 15 of the top performance testers together to talk about some of the trends that are influencing the ...

» Load Testing is Not an Academic Problem
13/11/17 15:06 from Load Testing Blog
For Rowan University, ensuring that their students can get registered for classes is not an academic problem. If errors or system crashes prevent students from getting into the classes they need, it can have a serious impact on their aca...

» Load Testing the New York Marathon 2017
03/11/17 18:46 from Load Testing Blog
The New York Marathon is coming up on Nov 5th, and for the 5th year in a row we completed a large load test to prepare their site for race day.   Last year 51,394 people ran, and each one of them conceivably had relatives and friends who...

» Excited by the Upcoming CMG imPACt Performance and Capacity Conference
03/10/17 15:43 from Alex Podelko | Alex Podelko
I am very excited by the upcoming CMG imPACt performance and capacity conference. This year it would be held on November 6-9, 2017 in New Orleans, LA. It is only such vendor-neutral, 4-day, 5-track conference devoted completely to perfor...

» Follow up on the Test Automation Discussion – Bringing in the Performance View
24/08/17 14:45 from Alex Podelko | Alex Podelko
There was a rather heated discussion around A Context-Driven Approach to Automation in Testing by James Bach and Michael Bolton (referred below as the article and the authors – other references would be explicit). Here are a couple of pl...

» Load Testing for the 2017 Eclipse
22/08/17 15:17 from Load Testing Blog
It has been 99 years since a solar eclipse has crossed the entire continental US, coast-to-coast. 14 states will be treated to 2½ minutes of total darkness by the August 2017 eclipse. I remember watching the partial solar eclipse of Febr...

» The Role of Recording in Load Testing Tools
16/08/17 02:27 from Alex Podelko | Alex Podelko
An interesting discussion started around a very good post Open Source Load Testing Tool Review by Ragnar Lönn. Somehow the latest comment, which I got in my e-mail, didn’t get published. So I decided to copy the discussion as is and publ...

» Bad Performance Testing
02/08/17 14:00 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
A thoroughly musical episode touring the worst practices that you might encounter in your performance testing efforts. Bad planning. Bad configuration. Bad tools. Bad data. Bad ideas. These are a few of our NOT favorite things. This epis...

» News of The Damned for July 28th, 2017
02/08/17 02:27 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
HBO's Game of Thrones crashes again, the FCC denies public information and James joins the mosh pit to dance out his feelings. Mark joins live from the peace and quiet of the Berkshires. Listen to "News of The Damned for July 28...

» News of The Damned for July 14th, 2017
02/08/17 01:00 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
More crashing websites on News of The Damned Listen to "News of The Damned for July 14th, 2017" on Spreaker. Read more »

» Neotys Special Episode
13/07/17 16:23 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
Our friend and sponsor Henrik Rexed joins us for a deeper look at the foundations and futures of the popular load testing tool NeoLoad from Neotys (www.neotys.com). In his role as evangelist, customer and partner advocate and Performance...

» Server Monitoring Instructions for Services Customers
13/07/17 01:53 from Load Testing Blog
  What Are You Installing? For general information about the monitoring software check out the  product information . The software is designed to be installed on production systems, and does not modify the registry or anything outsi...

» News of The Damned for June 30th, 2017
01/07/17 02:04 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
Those Damned websites going down Listen to "June 30th, News of the Damned" on Spreaker. Read more »

» News of The Damned for June 16th, 2017
17/06/17 02:00 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
Art, CSPAN, Bill Murray, ... Listen to "News of the Damned for Friday, June 16th, 2016" on Spreaker. Read more »

» News of The Damned for June 4th, 2017
04/06/17 21:00 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
Once again we review a sequence of exam websites, ticket sales and political campaigns...oh my. Listen to "News of The Damned for June 4, 2017" on Spreaker. Read more »

» Cannot record with Chrome 58 (Common Name support dropped from SSL certificates)
19/05/17 15:23 from Load Testing Blog
When Load Tester record a testcase, it impersonates the website – the browser thinks it is talking to the website but it is actually talking to Load Tester’s recording proxy. For this to work with SSL, Load Tester has to prov...

» News of The Damned for May 12th, 2017
13/05/17 02:01 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
John Oliver, what are you doing? Listen to "News of the Damned for Friday May 12th 2017" on Spreaker. Read more »

» Performance Quick Attacks
12/05/17 19:00 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
Day 1 on a performance project, getting started without knowing anything or jumping into the fire fight during an outage, you might need to have a few good pointers on the first few steps to take in your performance efforts. In this epis...

» How to Convert Selenium Scripts to Virtual Browser Scripts
09/05/17 22:46 from Load Testing Blog
Web Performance has discontinued direct support for Selenium/WebDriver in Load Tester . One of the limitations of load testing with Selenium/Web Driver is that it takes lots and lots of cloud machines to generate load. Virtual users, on ...

» Load Tester No Longer uses Amazon DevPay to process Load Engine Payments
02/05/17 18:28 from Load Testing Blog
Some of our Load Tester customers have been receiving this warning email from Amazon’s DevPay: Dear AWS DevPay Customer, Our records indicate that you are a subscriber to the applications listed below, released through the Amazon W...

» News of The Damned for April 29th, 2017
29/04/17 21:06 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
Listen to "News of The Damned for April 29th, 2017" on Spreaker. Read more »

» Serverless Performance
24/04/17 19:00 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
Awhile back James and I had a chat about this whole new serverless computing thing. Interesting new way to leverage shared infrastructure in the cloud, without having to know anything about infrastructure, or platforms or really much at ...

» News of The Damned for April 14th, 2017
15/04/17 02:00 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
Lots of Breaking stuff Listen to "News of The Damned for April 14th, 2017" on Spreaker. Read more »

» News of The Damned for March 31st, 2017
01/04/17 02:00 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
Those damned failing websites Listen to "News of The Damned for March 31st, 2017" on Spreaker. Read more »

» Quality Software Australia Conference 2017
24/03/17 04:51 from My Load Test » Blog
I will be speaking at the upcoming Quality Software Australia conference in Melbourne on May 11, 2017. Those who plan to attend the conference can look forward to presentations from local and international thought-leaders on devops/QAops...

» New Swag: MyLoadTest USB sticks
24/03/17 03:52 from My Load Test » Blog
I have just placed an order for a large number of 8GB USB 3 memory sticks with a MyLoadTest logo on them. The USB sticks are available for clients, and for performance testers who help us out by finding bugs, by contributing to the web p...

» PerfBytes Live STPCON Spring 2017
17/03/17 07:45 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
We are sharing details about performance, load testing, Phoenix, word on the street, squiggly carpet and speed dating. Listen to "PerfBytes Live STPCON Spring 2017" on Spreaker. Read more »

» An Evening with Performance Testers
10/03/17 05:14 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
James hosts a roundtable discussion with Carlos and Stephen, representing different generations of performance testers. Listen to "An Evening with Performance Testers" on Spreaker. Read more »

» News of The Damned for March 3rd, 2017
04/03/17 03:00 from PerfBytes - Helping IT Professionals to Improve Performance Practices
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