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Performance Testing: Upload and Download Scenarios with Apache JMeter

In this article we'll describe how File Upload and Download scenarios can be implemented using JMeter, highlight the areas which may be trickier in this respect and suggest some best practices.

API Performance Testing Tools: JMeter, Taurus, and BlazeMeter

In this article, we discuss different ways of running API Performance Testing using 3 of the most useful performance testing tools: JMeter, Taurus, and BlazeMeter.

JMeterDSL: Bringing Performance Testing Closer to Developers

JMeterDSL enables running JMeter tests as code, making it developer friendly. Here’s how to run performance tests with jmeter-java-dsl.

IP Spoofing with BlazeMeter

BlazeMeter now supports IP Spoofing, enabling our users to test requests coming from a large number of different users. Read on to learn how to run IP Spoofing in BlazeMeter and what you need to do to get started.

Achieving Observability with BlazeMeter: The Guide

Covering the topic of observability from the perspective of BlazeMeter Performance Testing. Here's where to look for the most meaningful metrics that will enrich your understanding of the health and responsiveness of your application.

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Introduction to Locust: A Load Testing Tool in Python

Locust is a Python-based testing tool used for load testing and user behavior simulation. Read this article to learn how to run load tests in Locust.

Why your Performance metrics are masked, and how to reveal the real test results

How can you see the real test results? A new feature in BlazeMeter allows you to temporarily eliminate background noises, focus only on requests that succeeded, and see what the test run would look like without errors. 

Looking for Test Data? BlazeMeter Has You Covered!

BlazeMeter, the Continuous testing platform, has introduced Test Data support across its functionalities. This article examines how this works with an example.

Gatling vs. Locust - What are the Differences and When to Use Them?

Gatling is a popular performance testing tool. Gatling is an open-source testing framework. In this article we’ll help you decide which solution is right for you.

How Performance Testing is Changing in 2022

We asked our customers what the biggest performance testing challenges they expected to face in 2022 were. Here’s what they answered -

JMeter Non-Gui Testing: Useful Tips

JMeter best practices: read some useful tips about how to transfer from GUI to non-GUI mode and run successful non-GUI performance tests and load tests.

The New BlazeMeter Drone.io Plugin: Performance Testing in the Drone Pipeline

The Drone.io plugin allows you to execute existing BlazeMeter tests and create new tests. It can be used to test your apps after publishing files & artifacts to GitHub Release.

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3 New Tools to Organize Your Data in BlazeMeter

3 new meaningful data management capabilities we recently brought to the continuous testing platform – an increased number of labels, tagging, and advanced search. Tutorials and best practices

Locust with Python: Introduction, Correlating Variables and Basic Assertions

In this post we will show you how to give your first steps using Locust, this great performance testing tool, by showing an example with a basic workflow developed in Python.