How does JMeter simulate a real browser?

Just to have a knowledge of how to record the script for an application and execute the test; should not be enough for a performance tester. As described in the previous article, performance testing should be realistic rather than just a simple test. To implement this concept, a performance tester should know how does a…
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How to make a Performance Test more realistic?

Performance Testing of any application or system has two primary objectives: To find out the capacity of the system at the desired load To find out the performance bottleneck which restricts the system to achieve the expected load. On the basis of these two main goals, performance testing tools are designed. One point to be…
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Client-side Performance Testing Tools

Now a day, it is straightforward to check the response time of any website from the different geographical locations. For a company, it’s important to determine their website’s or system’s performance on a regular basis. The better performance of the website of any organization increases the ranking in the search engines like Google and faster…
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JMeter Distributed Testing Alternative

Written By: Swetha Pujari Due to the company’s network/firewall policy, sometimes setting up the connectivity between master and slaves in JMeter’s Distributed Testing has obstacles or delays due to firewall requests. As an interim solution, we can use Parallel Testing to execute higher loads by dividing the load across multiple machines. This is a good…
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JMeter - Distributed Testing (Master- Slave)

Step-by-step Approach for JMeter Distributed Testing

Written By: Swetha Pujari A single JMeter client/system running on a 2–3 GHz CPU can handle up to 1000 threads or virtual users, depending on the test’s type and duration. However, in real-time, due to constraints on the CPU, memory, and network(socket related), a single test machine may sustain load anywhere between 500 to 700…
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Free Session – Getting started with tracing and Grafana Tempo

Date: 4 Feb 2021 @ 12:30 ET, 17:30 UTC A free session is being conducted by Grafana. During this webinar you will learn about: Getting started setting up Tempo Why Tempo? How to discover traces without native search (Exemplars/Loki 2.0) Upcoming Grafana exemplar support Upcoming Prometheus exemplar support Registration: Link