Jenkins is a widely used tool, but not everyone uses it in the same way. While some enjoy its test automation abilities, others take advantage of its full automating capabilities. Are you fulfilling the complete continuous integration (CI) vision and improving your development processes? Read to find out.
What is “Continuous Testing” and how is it even possible? Read this blog post to discover how Continuous Testing is becoming the new normal.
Is your application, server or service delivering the appropriate speed of need? Check out this infographic to learn more about JMeter, Gatling, The Grinder and Tsung.
Welcome back to our “Understanding Your Reports” series looks at KPI correlations. This time, we will see how correlating Number of Virtual Users (VU), Hits per Second, Errors per Second and Average Response Time helps us discover bottlenecks.
Welcome to part 2 of the "Advanced Load Testing" series. In this post we will go over Data-Driven Testing and Assertions.
Read this blog post to learn about Jenkins vs. other open source continuous integration tools, including information about integrating performance testing.
KPIs show user and traffic measurements for websites and applications, in order to best determine if they can withstand a certain amount of load to its backend servers. Here are the 7 KPIs you need to know when you load test with JMeter:
This blog post explores how to capture dynamic data and reuse it in subsequent requests.
Jenkins is widely known in the DevOps world as the leading open source automation server for continuous integration and continuous delivery. For both veteran users and beginners, here is a list of many of the best resources for learning about Jenkins.