Rich Friedman

selenium_webdriverredline13

We have introduced support for WebDriver headless testing with Chrome and Firefox. Using headless browser testing allows running more concurrent user tests by not requiring virtual terminals to simulate a real desktop screen.  It should improve CPU consumption and allow running the same test on smaller instance size or perhaps more users on larger instance sizes.  Chrome and Firefox are still heavy on CPUs in general but we will take any advantage we can get 🙂Read More →

apache-jmeter-redline13-load-testing

We have updated our Apache JMeter support to include 4.0.   When you start a JMeter Test you will now see the following versions available 2.13 3.1 3.3 4.0 JMeter 4.0 updates are detailed https://jmeter.apache.org/changes.html Running an Apache JMeter Test To run an Apache JMeter test read Running a JMeter Load TestRead More →

In support of running selenium webdriver tests at scale, we built a simple wrapper for webdriver. The wrapper is open source and easy to run on a single machine, while RedLine13 can run it on 1,000 machines. Initial support for performance metrics: Collecting real-time metrics by running via PhantomJS. We injected javascript into PhantomJS to listen to onResourceRequested and onResourceReceived.  We could also track errors and timeouts.  You can see here how we tracked and summarized thisRead More →

Codeship – A Continuous Integration Platform in the cloud that fits your needs. Codeship + Redline13 – makes load testing easy and (almost) free. Codeship provides Basic and Pro. For Codeship Pro integration, read Codeship Pro Integration When looking at the easy and quick nature of building software with Codeship it just made sense to put together a Codeship integration.  Redline13 already has the API and examples to do this. With this Codeship integration, you have the toolsRead More →