By default, JMeter scripts tend to be complex! But there are some great solutions that can help you. JMeter offers test fragmenting to minimize the amount of code in scripts and make them easier to maintain. It also allows you to add various modules to tests, in which they can be run on the same file. To make this process smoother, Blazemeter also supports test fragmenting, and provides a feature that enables multiple colleagues to collaborate by sharing folders that include the test fragments created in JMeter.
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In my previous blog post, I covered 3 important ways to ensure web-scalability via proper memory allocation, log sprawl, and open user session management. In this post, I will continue my exploration into web-scalability and focus on what to do if your database can’t hold all of your application’s request connections, as well as how to handle a high volume of http requests per second or minute.
It was a privilege to sponsor the monumental AWS re:Invent conference this year. We view our product and services as integral parts of the cloud industry, which is undoubtedly led by the Amazon cloud. Over the three day conference, we learned that the market has matured to the point where Amazon can confidently announce that the cloud has become the new normal.
Website development has come a long way in the past decade. Ten years ago there were only a limited number of references regarding how websites should be built, and many open questions, such as: Which tools should be used? Where should websites be deployed? What is “deployment”? What are my hosting options? How do I manage different website versions?
First Off - What is OAuth & Why do You Need it? OAuth (the Open Standard for Authorization) is an open protocol which provides token-based authentication and authorization - as opposed to the standard username and password requirements. It allows third party services to use the end-user information without revealing their personal credentials. Here’s an example of how it works: The user goes to website A
Meter 2.12 is out! If you’re a JMeter user, you can now enjoy an enhanced GUI, new features and fewer bugs. Woohoo! BlazeMeter is proud to support Apache JMeter. Our performance testing engineers contributed to key improvements in JMeter 2.12 So What’s New in JMeter 2.12? First and foremost, JMeter 2.12 is now fully compliant with Java 8.
These days, video is probably the most popular type of online content. As such, it’s essential for online magazines and websites to provide high quality video content worldwide and ensure seamless streaming. After all, millions of viewers are watching at any given time! The most common video streaming protocol is RTPM, which is a flash-based protocol (developed by Adobe) - but it’s not supported by HTML or any iOS devices.
The once far-fetched notion of starting from nothing and making it big has become much more attainable over the past few years. Web-scale environments have given startups the ability to obtain millions of users in extremely short periods of time (just take a look at sites like Facebook and AirBnB).
JMeter is the leading open source performance testing tool - but are you fully equipped to take advantage of all its capabilities? In last week's webinar, BlazeMeter's Ophir Prusak covered key areas that every developer needs to know about JMeter - all in just 60 minutes. In this live educational session, he offered best practices, tips and guidelines, including how to: · Create Basic Tests in Minutes · Use Dynamic Data with CSV Files · Handle Logins & Authentication
We’re excited to be a sponsor at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas this November. As the largest AWS event worldwide, this year, re:Invent is expecting over 12,000 attendees.