Guy Salton is a technical expert on the whole performance testing ecosystem - load testing tools, monitoring tools, CI tools, Networking and Infrastructure. His expertise is helping with POCs and special technical projects for strategic customers. Guy talks at conferences and meetups around the world, writes blog posts and gives webinars.

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How to Integrate Your GitHub Repository to Your Jenkins Project

Learn to integrate Jenkins and GitHub and implement your SCM repository into CI for shifting left, saving time and automating your builds after each commit.

How to Create a Local Repository of JMeter Plugins

Learn to create a local repository of JMeter plugins to overcome network restrictions. Load test with JMeter on any network and become a performance testing pro.

How to Load Test IPv6 with JMeter

IPv6 can be easily load tested with JMeter. This blog post will explain how, so read this tutorial and learn to run performance tests for IPv6 with JMeter.

How to Open JMX Files on a Mac in 1 (Double) Click

Learn to finally open a JMX file on your Mac machine by clicking. The guide you were looking for. Finally, a workaround for just clicking to open your JMX.

Running Your Load Tests With Test Failure Criteria - A Guide

Learn how to easily check if your tests passed or failed. Read this guide to set your thresholds in Taurus and in Jenkins and automatically run your tests.

How to Run a Taurus Test through Jenkins Pipelines

Learn how to run a load test through Taurus and any open-source tool, and how to run those tests through Jenkins pipelines. Get better continuous integration and faster testing.

How to Run the Taurus Docker Image with Jenkins

Learn how to run your test using the Taurus Docker image as part of the continuous integration cycle, and monitor system health, detect errors and save time and resources while developing. 

How to Execute a Load Test Using the Taurus Docker Image

What should you do if you want to automatically run a load test and analyze the results in a containerized environment? Taurus, an open-source test automation tool, has a Docker image, which contains all the tools and plugins needed to run a Taurus test in an isolated environment. Read this post to find out more.

How to Run a JMeter Test with Jenkins 2.0 Pipelines and GitHub

In this blog post we will go over how to run a JMeter test with Jenkins 2.0 Pipelines and GitHub. This enables you to pull the complete Pipeline script from the Git Repository and lets you manage all changes in your Jenkins project under SCM.

How to Automate JMeter and Selenium Testing and Run Them in Parallel

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.

How to Start Working with the GitHub Plugin for Jenkins

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.

How to View JMeter Test Results in Real-time

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.

How to Pause and Resume Ramp-Ups

This blog post will go over BlazeMeter’s Concurrency Control Feature that enables users to pause and resume your load test ramp-up, easily. Read how to easily use this free feature and improve your load testing.

Are You Using Jenkins the Right Way?

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.

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