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Browser Recorder in K6- A Quick Overview

Reading Time: 4 minutes In this blog, we will learn about generating a k6 test script based on user sessions via the Browser Recorder extension. This extension allows us to capture everything that we have done in browser, and generate a k6 script for us automatically, and link it to our k6 Cloud account. Note :- k6 comes with two methods for recording a session: Browser Recorder extension — generates Continue Reading

Scenarios And Executors In Grafana K6:A Quick Overview

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello there, buddies! With the aid of Grafana k6, we will investigate scenarios and executors in the load testing tool with various sorts of APIs in this brief blog. But you might be wondering what the situations are and why we employ them. So, let’s start with the fundamental concepts of scenarios. Scenarios are a grouping of transactions or scripts that we use to imitate Continue Reading

Difference Between Gatling And Grafana K6

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi Readers, In this blog, I am going to explore, Gatling and Grafana(K6).They both are performance load testing, open-source and powerful tools. Gatling:- Gatling tool is open-source and released under the Apache 2.0 license. It is used for performance load testing. It was released in January 2012 and it is written in Scala language. Compared with other tools so it is a powerful tool. Hence, it performs Continue Reading

Apache Camel – The Beginner’s Guide

Reading Time: 4 minutes Are you using microservices architecture? Are you having trouble implementing integration patterns between microservices and different applications? Enterprise integrations can be very complex. Apache Camel simplifies enterprise integrations and makes it easy to communicate with queues, databases, file systems, and a number of other endpoints. Problem that Apache Camel solves? Enterprise integrations are very complex, whenever we talk about enterprises, they have hundreds of applications Continue Reading

IoT(Internet of Things) using JAVA

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction Internet of Things is an innovative and revolutionary technology that helps people live and work smarter, other than home automation. IoT is really helpful in the areas of business. It helps companies to automate processes and reduce labor costs. A simple definition of IoT(Internet of Things) is providing the “Internet as a common platform where multiple devices can connect and communicate with each other”. Continue Reading

Apache Camel (An Integration Framework Tool)

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Blog covers a basic introduction to the tool Apache Camel and its necessary features. Let us begin with a basic understanding of the need for the tool Apache Camel. Introduction to Apache Camel Technically, Apache Camel is an Integration Framework. In order to understand the tool Apache Camel, it is important to understand the concept of Integration first. Integration, in technical terms, refers to Continue Reading

Know about Spring Data Cloud Spanner

Reading Time: 2 minutes Introduction The Spring Data Cloud Spanner module helps you use Cloud Spanner in any Java application that’s built with the Spring Framework.With Spring Data Cloud Spanner, you can use plain old Java objects (POJOs) to model the data you store in your Cloud Spanner tables. Features Deliver high-performance transactions with strong consistency across regions and continentsSpring Boot Actuator is a sub-project of the Spring Boot Framework. Continue Reading

How To Execute Tests Parallelly using Cypress And GitHub Actions

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers!!In today’s world when the time is money, it is very important to lower the operational time for various actions. The same goes with test execution. One of the popular ways to achieve execution of more test cases in lesser time is by parallel test execution. Before learning how to execute tests parallelly using Cypress, let’s have a walkthrough of Parallel Test Execution and Continue Reading

Navigate back and forward in the browser using Cypress

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello readers, In this blog, we will learn about how to navigate backward and forward in cypress. Navigation: As the name suggested, navigation can be defined as a way to go forward and backward to the previous or next URL in the browser history. It is the way that helps users or visitors to find content that they want to see. Cypress: Cypress is a Continue Reading

A Quick Insight of Kafka Connect/Connector

Reading Time: 3 minutes Overview In this blog, we are going to discuss Kafka connect/connectors in detail. If you want a basic introduction to Kafka Connect then you can refer to this blog. Now we will understand concepts such as Kafka Connect, Kafka connectors, and Kafka Convertors. Kafka Connect Kafka Connect is a framework to stream data into and out of Apache Kafka®. The Confluent Platform ships with several built-in Continue Reading

A Brief introduction to Apache Camel

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction An “Integration Framework is something which is simple and allows for manageable abstractions of the complex system we are trying to integrate. Apache Camel is that “Integration Framework”. In all its entirety, Apache Camel is just a “routing engine” or to put it more accurately a “routing-engine builder”. Apache Camel allows use to define custom routing rules, allows us to decide from which source Continue Reading

Spring Boot microservices with logging using Spring Cloud GCP

Reading Time: 4 minutes What is Spring Boot and Spring Cloud GCP? Spring Boot: Spring Boot is a java-based framework i.e. free and open-source.  Using Spring boot you can create java (web)apps mostly based on microservices  architecture. It makes it easier for you to focus on development work by simply  providing default dependencies that you may require in your project (it takes care of  boiler-plate code). Spring Cloud GCP: Continue Reading

A Basic understanding of Kafka Connect

Reading Time: 4 minutes Let us discuss something about Kafka connector and some basic fundamental of it. Before start, we need to have basic knowledge of Kafka or we can go through this Document. Apache Kafka is a distributed, resilient, fault tolerant platform. Apache Kafka is a well-known name in the world of Big Data. It is one of the most used distributed streaming platforms. Kafka is just not a Continue Reading