The GitHub plugin for Jenkins is the most basic plugin for integrating
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Do you know when your site is expected to peak on Black Friday? Or how much a few minutes of downtime cost? Or what frustrates your customers the most when shopping online? Check out this Infographic for the answers to these questions and a few more interesting statistics on load testing.
The standard way to use JMeter is in non-gui mode (CLI). However, this may limit users who want to understand what is going on in their test in real-time. BlazeMeter has a solution for you with Taurus, an open-source test automation tool. Click to read more.
CA Technologies has signed a definitive agreement to acquire BlazeMeter
Welcome to part 4 of our “Understanding Your Reports” series. In part 1, we talked about what KPIs are in the context of Performance Testing. In part 2, we went over KPI correlations. In part 3, we explained basic statistics. This time, we will go over analyzing load testing reports on BlazeMeter.
As we approach the peak traffic Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the holiday season, let's revisit some recent cases of websites of mobile apps crashing or experiencing slow load times at the worst time.
In this blog post we will go over converting existing Selenium scripts into JMeter for load testing.
The release of Jenkins 2.0 has introduced a new project type - Pipeline, which was previously available through plugins only. In today’s article you will learn about the ways of adding a JMeter test to Pipeline project and see some code examples and demos.