RedLine13 was built for JMeter Cloud Load Testing. That gives you several advantages. This allows you to scale your JMeter tests to any size. It works with Apache JMeter and other open source platforms and plugins. And you can easily make testing part of your CI/CD environment with Jenkins and other platforms.
Before the cloud, testing was very expensive to run. The costs associated with running and maintaining the hardware needed for performance tests were very high. As cloud services began to manifest, this no longer became the case and cloud load testing tools would eventually bring down the costs associated with testing, making it even more accessible to all.
RedLine13’s Open Architecture
RedLine13’s open architecture makes everything possible. We provide an easy, accessible, and cheap means for load testing. Precisely tune and control your cloud load agents for any given requirement, and then easily scale and repeatedly test with little effort. It’s Your Cloud and Your Load Tests.
Scale Your JMeter Load Testing With RedLine13
Scaling out your JMeter test plan on the cloud in RedLine13 is easy. In this video and subsequent guide, we will walk you through running your first JMeter test on RedLine13.
Use Popular Plugins
Get a plugin from the JMeter plugin website and simply attach it to your test and RedLine13 will put it in the right place! Read how easy right here. There are so many plugins. For example, use popular plugins for JMeter Video Streaming with UBIK Load Pack Video Steaming Plugin.
Build, Deploy and Load Test your Project Continuously with Jenkins
Jenkins is one of the most popular open source CI/CD tools used to build, deploy and test your project continuously. RedLine13 supports integration with Jenkins which means you can build, deploy and load test your project continuously with Jenkins. Load test plans can be executed directly from Jenkins. Read more here.
AWS-RedLine13 Partnership – Amazon Load Testing Tools
Using AWS means that the cost to you is incredibly low. And that cost goes directly to you. There is no charge from RedLine13. If you don’t have an AWS account, it’s simple to set up here.
Run a RedLine13 Load Test
Run your own test on RedLine13 and see how much you can do with RedLine13 and AWS.
Or run a URL test in minutes on a free RedLine13 server.