Jenkins

Load Testing in a Continuous Integration Environment

In this blog post, we will talk about Load Testing in a Continuous Integration Environment and how to effectively integrate with cloud systems using RedLine13. The crucial point of the this blog post is that we are preparing our load test script just using Selenium code. Before we begin our example, let’s briefly talk about the technologies used in Continuous Integration (CI) processes in our post. Jenkins is an open source automation server and an integrationRead More →

BlazeMeter Comparison

BlazeMeter is one of the leading load testing platforms. RedLine13 has claimed that it provides (Almost) Free Load Testing. This post will first take a look at a BlazeMeter pricing comparison vs. RedLine13. Then it will take a look at a feature comparison because price isn’t everything. In addition, there is the increasing realization by businesses with the value of shift left testing. So this blog post will also look at pricing related to continuous integrationRead More →

  Step 1 – Install the plugin. Available on your API Keys page – https://www.redline13.com/Account/apikey Direct Link to download – https://www.redline13.com/redline-jenkins-plugin-2.0-beta.hpi Step 2 – Generate API Key       On your A PI Keys page – https://www.redline13.com/Account/apikey be sure to have an API Key generated Step 3 – Add credentials in Jenkins Go to :  Jenkins -> Credentials -> System Drop down global credentials Select ‘Add Credentials’ from Kind select ‘RedLine13 API Key’ Enter API Key Test RedLine13Read More →

Continuous Integration (CI) is a development practice that requires a team to integrate code into a shared repository several times a day. Each check-in is then verified by an automated build, allowing teams to detect problems early.  With services such as RedLine13 it is now cost-effective and easy to integrate load testing into this lifecycle.Read More →

Your Test Plans can be executed directly from Jenkins.   Here are the details for setting up Jenkins-Redline13 integration. 1.  Download Jenkins Plugin API Key : https://www.redline13.com/Account/apikey Jenkins Plugin : https://www.redline13.com/redline-jenkins-plugin.hpi 2. Install Jenkins Plugin from Admin UI Manage Jenkins Manage Plugins Tab : Advanced Upload Plugin   Plugin Installed Successfully   3. Jenkins Configuration  Manage Jenkins Configure System Find Redline13 portion of Configuration Click ‘Add Some’ Select Redline13 API Key   Enter your API Key Click ‘Test Redline13Read More →