March 2022[Performance] Baseline Comparison: Actual Baseline values now available In performance testing, Baseline is used for comparison of subsequent test runs, allowing better understanding of the system performance over time. Once a test has a Baseline, every test run is compared to that baseline, and the comparison data is available in the report. Until now, users could see the delta/change of the current report from the Baseline. Now, BlazeMeter provides another option for comparison: displaying the actual Baseline values next to each metric of the current report. [General] API Functional testing deprecation process update As of March 6th free tier accounts cannot run API functional tests. Please use the API Monitoring capabilities to create and run your API Functional Tests. [General] API Functional testing deprecation process update As of March 6th free tier accounts cannot run API functional tests. Please use the API Monitoring capabilities to create and run your API Functional Tests. [Mock Services] Ability to provide a preferred port when deploying a new Mock Service When deploying a new Mock Service, we now provide the ability to enter an optional preferred port. Note that this functionality is for docker based deployments on an on-premise agent. For more information on this feature click here. [Mock Services] Transaction Daily Counts Report Analytics tab for transactional Mock Services now shows “Transactions Daily Counts” report. For every Mock Service, you can display daily counts of processed requests for any arbitrary time period in past. Do you want to see how many requests were processed by your Mock Service during last day, last week or last month? Do you want to have that exported as PNG or PDF? All that is possible by few mouse clicks or API calls. Just select “Reporting” tab in an Analytics card of your Mock Service.[Mock Services] Start Mocking Now Wizard In order to make onboarding of brand new Mock Services users as easy and smooth as possible we are introducing “Create New Mock Service” wizard – an interactive and guided step by step journey of how to create new Mock Service. In five self-explanatory steps, even the first time user can easily create ready to use Mock Service with all necessary artifacts and settings.