Getting Started


JMeter is an excellent open source load testing tool used by thousands of developers. If you want to scale your tests you have some options. You can do it yourself. Or you can scale out your JMeter test on the cloud with RedLine13. JMeter Load Testing – Do It Yourself Scaling JMeter beyond 500-1000 users increases complexity and setup time. Additionally, JMeter reports are usually displayed at the end of the test and only exist locally. There’sRead More →

How to use BeanShell Sampler to Load Test with Unique Users This guest post is courtesy of Mustafa Mahir Kaplancı of Etiya. A potential problem with automated load testing is when the system requires unique users to log in. Let’s imagine you would like to run a 5k virtual user test. And you’ve determined that you should use 10 AWS instance. In addition to the JMeter script you will also need to have one CSV file whichRead More →

Get started quickly by running a simple performance test against any URL endpoint. First make sure you have your AWS credentials configured properly, documented here. Click ‘Start Test’ Take a look at the setup screen for starting a load test and enter some basic information URL : Destination to test Number of Users: # Users to simulate generating traffic Iterations : How many times should each user call the destination Ramp Up Time: It evenly distributes the start timeRead More →

A run down of all the data available during and at end of a test plan. Downloading Raw Data Aggregated Graphs Request Graphs Agent Specific Graphs Downloading Raw Data Before we dive into the displayed graphs, in ‘Pro’ you can access your raw data and information by selecting “Save the response output from individual tests and calculate percentiles”.  These results will be available at the end of the test run are separated by test server. Simple and Custom: theRead More →