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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 →

Data Driven Testing with Excel Files

In our previous blog post, we wrote about Data Driven Testing (DDT) using CSV files in JMeter. Excel files are another popular approach. This blog post will show step by step how to do Data Driven Testing with Excel files. Contrary to CSV files, we will import some external libraries in JMeter and then write a few lines of code to perform data driven tests. The other important aim of this blog post is that insteadRead More →

JMeter Test Script Recorder

Mobile app users are demanding high performance at all times and they rarely give a second chance to an app that performs poorly. For this reason, you have to make sure to prepare your app in advance by executing a proper load testing process. JMeter can be used for mobile performance testing. To start with, we will show you the steps you can take to record the scenario in a mobile app with JMeter. It’s similarRead More →

In order to keep up our responsive support, the RedLine13 Basic Subscription Load Testing pricing will increase from $50 to $75 per month on August 15. The annual price for the Basic Subscription will stay at $500 per year. And other RedLine13 prices will stay the same. If you are currently have a Basic Subscription, your price will NOT change. If you are currently considering a Basic Subscription, you can sign up before August 15 toRead More →

RedLine13 Partners - AWS Advanced Technology Partner

RedLine13 is proud to announce that we have met the AWS requirements and are part of the AWS Partner Network (APN) Advanced Tier for Amazon load testing tools.  That includes being recognized as a SAAS Partner and also part of the AWS Marketplace. Which makes RedLine13 an AWS Advanced Technology Partner. Read about RedLine13’s open architecture. We provide an easy, accessible, and cheap means for load testing. Precisely tune and control your cloud load agents forRead More →

RedLine13 Improvements help load test up to the "Red Line"

We’ve implemented a number of improvements, called Release 2018-06-22, to help make RedLine13 more useful to you. They include user interface improvements, bug fixes, better reliability and more. Below are a handful of those updates. New Features Sometimes, JMeter tests that ended abruptly or were cancelled would fail to generate the final JMeter report due to JMeter’s JTL file being truncated. We’ve added code to detect and correct that so you can see the report forRead More →

Rest APIs are increasingly popular these days.  They are also frequently being used in Microservices. In this guide, we are going to test REST APIs with authentication using JMeter.  We will see that HTTP Headers play a crucial role in access authentication. Introduction Let’s imagine you want to measure your Rest API request with JMeter and configure the request using JSON format and click the run button.  You will most likely receive an error from theRead More →

People often ask how to share load tests. This is a premium feature within team management. Team Management Team management enhances the sharing of tests and data between different groups of users. With this feature users can see what teams they are on, manage them, add or remove users from a team, and when team members log in they will have the ability to access test results from all members on their team. By default you onlyRead More →

The purpose of the SyncTimer is to block threads until X number of threads have been blocked, and then they are all released at once. A SyncTimer can thus create large instant loads at various points of the test plan. Here’s how you can use JMeter SyncTimer for Load Testing. An Example – A Registration System Let’s say you’re load testing against a Racing Registration system. You have a JMeter script that pulls user information fromRead More →