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How to Include Load Testing in your Continuous Integration Environment

Learn how to run CI processes with your load testing. Get best practices for improving your agility. Become a loat testing pro.

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Doron Bloch

Are You Ready for Black Friday? 8 Load Testing Best Practices for Your App or Site

8 can't-miss tips for getting your website or app ready for Black Friday.

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Noga Cohen

How to Run Taurus with the Jenkins Performance Plugin

You can view and analyze results for more open-source testing tools: JMeter, Selenium, Gatling, Grinder, Locust, PBench, Siege, ApacheBenchmark, and Tsung.

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Andrey Pokhilko

How to Run a Taurus Test through Jenkins Pipelines

How to run a load test through Taurus and any open-source tool, and how to run those tests through Jenkins pipelines.

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Guy Salton

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. 

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Guy Salton

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.

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Guy Salton

Five Perspectives for Boosting Jenkins Productivity

Many articles have been written with perspectives on how to boost Jenkins productivity. Here we share some of our favorites.  

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Jason Silberman

How to Automate Testing Using Selenium WebDriver, Jenkins and Allure

This post looks at how to combine and leverage these tools to implement and automate testing in CI/CD. 

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Eliran Shani

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.

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Guy Salton

Running a JMeter Test via Jenkins Pipeline - A Tutorial

The release of Jenkins 2.0 has introduced a new project type - Pipeline, which was previously available through plugins only. In today’s article you will learn about the ways of adding a JMeter test to Pipeline project and see some code examples and demos.

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Dmitri Tikhanski

Automated Performance Tests in Jenkins Continuous Integration Environments

Why is Continuous Integration (CI) Important? How do Jenkins and Taurus enable you to easily run load tests? How can you easily analyze and view the results? We will cover all this and more in this blog post.

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Noga Cohen

Top 10 Sessions at Jenkins World 2016

Jenkins World 2016 is only a few weeks away. Since there is so much going on, we rounded up the sessions we are looking forward to the most. Click this post to read more.

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Noga Cohen

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, from the code commit through the build, test and up to  deployment. These advanced users are fulfilling the complete continuous integration (CI) vision, which thoroughly facilitates and improves development processes. 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, from the code commit

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Guy Salton

Jenkins vs. Other Open Source Continuous Integration Servers

In this post, we cover the most prominent free and open source continuous integration (CI) servers and review them from the perspective of integrating performance testing into the continuous integration and delivery process.

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Dmitri Tikhanski

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