In previous articles we reviewed some nifty little tricks for building test plans using JMeter. You can easily develop scripts which will execute several HTTP Requests with or without any data.
Lil' bit o' BlazeMeter History Blazemeter is growing fast. Not too long ago, we launched our on-demand, self-service load testing JMeter cloud.
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Once the functional testing phase is done, it's time for the fun of performance testing. And here you have a major decision. Paper or plastic? No, not that question, but close. Both questions offer an environmentally friendly option though. Your question is- Do I create my own testing lab for running performance tests or do I opt for cloud-based services? To help you make the your decision, we've compiled this nifty list of the benefits of using testing in cloud.
Just kidding. No 511 Davida or like is on their way to crash and destroy the earth......hopefully. In a previous post about jmeter.properties we’ve reviewed several entries from jmeter.properties that allow us to customize the default JMeter GUI. But there are so many more interesting records. Saving results jmeter.save.saveservice.output_format. This parameter defines the format in which the testing results will be saved. Currently, two options are available; csv and xml.