Have you already started load testing for Black Friday? If not, don’t worry. There is still enough time to discover bottlenecks and fix them. Here we’ve outlined how to prepare your website or app for Black Friday - by building and executing performance tests.
The new frontier for scale in performance testing isn’t about how “big” your tests can be or how much data you can graph in real time, but about how much performance testing you can do, how fast it gets done and most importantly who is actually creating and executing the tests. Read this blog post
Many articles have been written with perspectives on how to boost Jenkins productivity. Here we share some of our favorites.
2017 Glastonbury music fans were in for a disappointment. The ticket website couldn’t handle the load and crashed. Read this blog post to find out load testing tips for avoiding these crashes.
This post looks at how to combine and leverage these tools to implement and automate testing in CI/CD.
Let's look at a case where the desktop application acts as a client for a web service or a database - where it makes sense to consider load testing the backend by simulating a situation where hundreds or thousands of desktop applications are simultaneously accessing the backend server.