Author: Yash Bhardwaj

Gatling: Basics of Simulation Script.

Gatling is a highly capable load/performance testing tool. It hits your API with defined HTTP protocols and generates a beautiful report showing all scenarios with success and failure rate. It is designed for ease of use, maintainability and high performance. In this blog, I’ll take you through the main components of Gatling Simulation Script. For the basic setup overview of Gatling, you can visit Gatling-Maven-Setup. In Gatling Continue Reading

Gatling | Maven Setup.

Gatling is a highly capable load testing tool. It is designed for ease of use, maintainability and high performance. As this one-liner explanation doesn’t explain the whole concept, please visit this nice presentation: why should we use Gatling and what’s it has for us here. Well, I’ll take you through how we can implement Gatling in a project which uses maven builds. So, We need to Continue Reading

DevOps | A Basic view of DC/OS and Containers.

I heard this term Data Center operating system many times and tried to understand it from various websites and blogs but couldn’t get the basic idea of it. What is DC/OS in simple terms and why do we need it? Every-time the term pops-up and me: So, I went through some tutorials and understood term like I explained below. DC/OS (the DataCenter operating system) is an Continue Reading

Jenkins | Problems you might face while pipe-lining!

I expect you to be familiar with basics of Jenkins. If you’re not please visit Introduction to Jenkins, this post will take you through very basics of Jenkins. What I want to introduce to you, are post setup type of things. Means, you have already setup Jenkins and now you are worried about how to do pipelining of the project. I will take you through the Continue Reading

Lambda Expression

As a Java developer, it becomes your need to study about the new concepts and APIs keeps popping in and learn them to apply it in your development and compete the world. One of the biggest changes in Java 8 is Lambda Expressions. Nowadays several JVM based Programming Languages like Groovy, Ruby and Scala etc. keeps talking about how much functional they are and how Continue Reading

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