January 2024What’s new for January 2024? [Performance]: Engine Health Metrics – Alerts & Recommendations for Private Locations BlazeMeter’s real-time Engine Health - Alerts & Recommendations feature covers any test run that was configured to run with Cloud Locations. We’ve further enhanced BlazeMeter’s monitoring capabilities to a level that allows us to accurately measure the CPU and Memory levels of Private Locations (K8s and Docker). Furthermore, BlazeMeter’s Engine Health - Alerts & Recommendations feature has been enhanced to support both Cloud Locations and Private Locations. The same logic applies to both: The alert thresholds have been set at 80% for CPU and 85% for memory. These thresholds are calculated using a 60-second moving average of data points collected throughout the test duration for each engine. If the average of the 60-second moving averages recorded throughout the entire test duration exceeds the threshold for a specific resource type (CPU or memory), an on-screen real-time alert will be triggered. During runtime, these alerts include a link to the Engine Health tab. We have introduced filters in this tab to detect engines with high levels of CPU or memory, streamlining the debugging process for more effectiveness. Upon completion of the test, a recommendation screen will be available, providing suggestions to automatically remedy high CPU issues for relevant scenarios. Accepting each recommendation will dynamically adjust the Max Number of Users per engine value, a change that is highly likely to improve CPU utilization in future test runs. [API Testing & Monitoring]: Postman Collections Import now supports bulk import from ZIP file The import feature had posed a bottleneck for enterprise customers looking to migrate from Postman to BlazeMeter. That's why we've introduced bulk import functionality. Postman allows users to export all data into a ZIP file, and now we can efficiently process this file to import all collections at once!