Run massively scalable, open source-based performance tests against all of your apps, from web and mobile apps to microservices and APIs. Validate performance at every software delivery stage with advanced analytics, collaboration and more.Watch it in Action
Upload and configure your scripts with our intuitive UI leveraging your favorite open source tools, Apache JMeter™, Selenium, Gatling, Grinder, Locust and more. You can control threads, hits/sec, arrival rates & more - all in real time. Utilize our multi-test capabilities to run and analyze your test in smaller components and in parallel to speed test cycles.
Simulate thousands or millions of virtual users from 56 locations across the globe (Asia Pacific, Europe, North and South America). Choose your preferred cloud provider: AWS, Google or Azure. Need to test within your private network or on your own cloud? No problem. Drive load from behind your firewall with BlazeMeter's dockerized private agents. Install in minutes and test continuously from development to production.
Interactively build testing scenarios with ease, from simple single-endpoint tests to complex multi-step workflows. Select Get, Post, Put, Patch, Delete, Options, Head or Connect. Create assertions on Text, Response time, JSONPath, JSONPath value, XPath or Regex. Extract response data and store in variables to be used in subsequent requests. Define default address, global variables and global headers to be used in multiple calls. Harvest the created script after any test run & commit to your repo if you like.
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“We previously used a load test company that did not give us the flexibility to write and maintain our own test code. This company wrote the tests and ran them on their platform. We believe we can move faster by owning the test code as well as the application code.”