Load testing with JMeter or other tools, and browser testing with Selenium, can be integrated into the CI cycle. This blog post will cover how to automate these tests.
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Companies who want to speed things up, lower costs, improve product quality and be the spearhead of the tech industry are moving towards Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD). In this blog post, we will go over different challenges that DevOps, developers and QA engineers have when performance testing in Continuous Delivery pipelines.
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 to find out more.
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.
Load testing desktop applications with JMeter is possible! Read this blog post to learn how, by simulating a situation where hundreds or thousands of desktop applications are simultaneously accessing the backend server.
The ultimate guide for running automated performance tests in Jenkins. Read to become the continuous integration pro in automated testing.
Read this blog post to learn how to start working with the GitHub plugin for Jenkins, so that each time you publish changes to Github, GitHub will trigger your new Jenkins job.