Jul 1, 2020 | By Baptiste Duvert
You may have spent a considerable amount of time configuring Postman requests for your in-house API tests, and you wish to use them without having to create them again from scratch on Octoperf. That’s one of the many situations where Octoperf’s compatibility with Jmeter is going to come in a handy.
Jun 17, 2020 | By Stephen Jenkins
JMeter has many plug-ins and downloadable JAR Files you can use to support your testing, it is also possible to write your own custom Jar files and use these as well. Why would you want to do that, you may say, well whilst it is unlikely that you would need to create anything too complicated. You may feel the need to create utilities to support your own in-house performance testing or just something to make your testing process easier.
Jun 12, 2020 | By Guillaume Betaillouloux
Here we are for yet another new release of OctoPerf. We’ve actually released two minor versions since the last update post, but this time we will also release a long awaited feature, Microsoft Azure on demand load generators!
May 27, 2020 | By Ouamar Nedil
Variables, may they be constant or dynamic, are an essential part of load testing. We already learned how to manipulate these values by extracting and re-injecting them inside one Virtual User. But what if we need to share these values between several Virtual Users ? In this blog post, I will show you just how to do that, using the MQ technology.
May 7, 2020 | By Gerald Pereira
This blog post is a guide to help you write Gatling scripts in order to load test web applications efficiently. It follows our second Gatling Simulation scripts parameterization article. We will continue to load test a fake e-commerce, and so we are going to improve our Virtual User to make it browse the store in a more humanly way. We start where the previous blog post ended, with a simulation script that uses a CSV feeder and a Regular Expression extractor to visit dynamic pages of the pet store.