Load Testing

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 →

Recording signifying File Upload with JMeter

This article demonstrates how to do a file upload with JMeter. This will show the steps when you have a load testing scenario where file upload is required. Recording File Upload with JMeter The simplest way of creating a JMeter test plan is recording the corresponding request using the HTTP(s) Test Script Recorder. JMeter acts as a proxy server, capturing all traffic between a web browser and the application under test (AUT), and converting it intoRead More →

Overview – Data Driven Testing Data Driven Testing (DDT) is a popular testing approach, especially for functional testing. The same business requirement or use case can get different reactions when using different data. One of the most popular uses is entering forms. The basic aim of this approach is to design one test case and implement it with different data sets. To use data-driven testing in this scenario, you can record a single automated test, andRead More →

AWS EC2 Instance Types

Which AWS EC2 Instance Type Will Work Best for your Load Test? Before performing a load test, you need to determine the right AWS EC2 instance type. Instance types comprise various combinations of CPU, memory, storage, and networking capacity and give you the flexibility to choose the appropriate mix of resources for your applications. In this blog post we will see how load testing with different AWS EC2 instance types can impact your load testing results, sometimesRead More →