JMeterMar 22 2016
Why Load Testing is a Vital Part of the Continuous Integration Process We all know that periodic load tests are vital if you want to avoid unpleasant surprises and regressions. Howev
DevOpsMar 16 2016
What springs to mind when I say the words Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD)? You’re probably already thinking of popular tools and systems that enable these proce
Performance TestingMar 14 2016
According to a huge amount of data, user expectations for website speed and performance are growing. According to a report by Akamai, 49% of respondents expected web pages to load in under 2 seconds,
Performance TestingMar 10 2016
How long does it normally take you to test the performance of your website, API or mobile app? For many of us, the answer is 'too long'! We're either stuck waiting for the special
Performance TestingMar 09 2016
Performance testing continues to change rapidly in the age of continuous integration and continuous delivery. Yet many companies are still apprehensive of large performance tests, as they are seen as
JenkinsMar 03 2016
Easily run your JMeter test in Jenkins and achieve continuous integration for your load tests in no time.
JenkinsFeb 29 2016
Be honest - how do you feel when someone tests your code? If you’re anything like me, it probably ranks right up there with Monday mornings or getting a root canal. In fact, there are 5
JMeterFeb 25 2016
March Madness is almost here! Is your website or app ready for the expected traffic spike during all of the biggest games? Now is the time to run load tests on your streaming media to make su
Testing HacksFeb 16 2016
Read this blog post and discover 6 easy steps for testing your Chrome extension with Selenium.
Performance TestingFeb 11 2016
Are your applications being tested right? Does your load and performance testing fit the needs of the continuous delivery era? Speed and response times have become synonymous with quality in
JMeterFeb 09 2016
Mobile has finally overtaken desktop traffic - and this trend just looks set to rise. But what does this mean for us?