Alejandro Berardinelli is a Systems Engineer, with more than 3 years of experience in Performance Testing at Abstracta. He has solid experience in all roles involved in the performance testing cycle, from scripting to automating, executing and gathering results, to analyzing and obtaining conclusions and improvement recommendations. Alejandro also worked for 10 years at IBM as a Storage specialist, coauthoring several IBM Redbooks.

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How to Change JMeter┬┤s Load During Runtime

Do you need to change the load generated by the JMeter test without stopping the load test? This post will teach you how change the throughput, with examples.

Modifying Cookies in JMeter with Groovy

Cookies store system information. Learn to flexibly manage cookies in your JMeter load testing script with this easy tutorial by using Groovy or BeanShell.

How to Use the Jenkins Declarative Pipeline

After the Jenkins Scripted Pipeline, this blog post covers the Declarative Pipeline. Read this complete guide and learn how to use it in continuous integration.

How to Use the Jenkins Scripted Pipeline

Improve your testing flow by using Jenkins Pipeline. Read this blog post to learn how to use the Jenkins Scripted Pipeline to get faster and better testing.

Writing JMeter Functions in Groovy

Learn how to write Groovy functions in your JMeter load testing scripts. Get tips and best practices for using JSR223 elements. Master Apache Groovy in JMeter.

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