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7 Reasons to Run BlazeMeter Performance Tests

Ease of use, scalability, 24/7 support and CI integrations are just some of the reasons you should be running your performance tests with BlazeMeter. Read more.

Bring Open Source to Your Company with BlazeMeter

Scale your open source testing tool by easily using BlazeMeter. Run JMeter, Gatling and other tools, get insightful shareable reports and be a load testing pro

How to Setup Scalable Jenkins on Top of a Kubernetes Cluster

Learn to setup scalable Jenkins on your own with Kubernetes. Use open source containers to configure, setup and implement a Jenkins scalable infrastructure.

5 Tips when Scaling Your Website or App to 1,000,000 Users

Here are 5 tips that could be helpful for performance testing scaling.

Guest Post: The Easiest Way to Validate Cloud Services at Scale

This is a guest blog post by Micah Knox, Software Architect and CTO of Employee Assessment Delivery Platform SonicAssess, a new service designed to assess the talents and leadership capabilities of em

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Testing the Scalability of Real-time Mobile Transactions

Ensuring that scalability won’t be a problem tomorrow requires extensive, accurate testing today.  At BlazeMeter, we strive to provide our clients with unmatched test capabilities.  Ho

Can You Run a Performance Test with 100,000 Real Browsers?

Quick question: How does your web app perform with 100,000 concurrent users? If you can answer that, then one of three things must be true:   1.     You’ve actually ha

Sizing Your AWS Cloud’s Capacity with BlazeMeter and Cloudyn

How do you prepare your service for the next hike in traffic? How do you correctly size your cloud environment for the coming year? Can you forecast your demand? Do you know where your IT environment&

Web-Scale App Developers Need to Think About Scale and Load: 5 Guidelines, Part 2

In my previous blog post, I covered 3 important ways to ensure web-scalability via proper memory allocation, log sprawl, and open user session management. In this post, I will continue my exploration

Performance Testing in a Scaled Down Environment. Part Two: 5 Things You Can Test

  In my last post I covered the Challenges of Performance Testing in a Scaled Down Environment. This week, I’m going to address what you should check when scaling down for a performance te

Performance Testing in Scaled Down Environments. Part One: The Challenges

In an ideal world, we’d perform load testing on applications by running tests on an exact copy of the live production environment - including the application components, configuration and demand.

Guest Blogger: Peter HJ Van Eijk Cloud Computing Master - Hello Again

To have Cloud Scalability, or not to have Cloud Scalability? That is the question.     The premise of the cloud is that it gives us scalable resources. As performance and load testers, t

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