Performance Testing

CI/CD Integration in K6 with Gitlab

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, In this blog, I am going to explore, how to integrate k6 with help of Gitlab which is the DevOps software that combines the ability to develop, secure, and operate software in a single application.  K6 It is a free and open-source load testing tool for testing the performance of APIs. K6 has a goal-oriented testing mode, and users can define goals using Thresholds when Continue Reading

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

How to generate JMeter HTML Dashboard Report?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hope you are doing well !!In this blog, we will take a look at How to generate JMeter HTML Dashboard Report so without any delay, Let’s start How to generate JMeter HTML Dashboard Report? 1) Open JMeter and Add the Thread Group For Adding the Thread Group navigate to Test Plan -> Add -> Threads -> Thread Group 2) Add HTTP Request Navigate to Thread Continue Reading

How to send Emails with Jmeter SMTP Sampler

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Folks,Hope you are doing well !!In this blog, we will take a look at How to send Emails with JMeter SMTP Sampler so without any delay, Let’s start How to send Emails with Jmeter SMTP Sampler: 1) Firstly we need to download the JavaMail jar and put it into the JMeter lib folder and restart the JMeter 2) Add the Thread Group in JMeter Continue Reading

Let’s Know About The Performance Testing

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hii folks, In this blog we will go through the performance testing, types of performance testing and briefly we will go through the Jmeter tool for performance testing. Performance testing It ensures software applications will perform well under their expectation of workload. it is nothing but testing the stability and response time of an application by applying load is called performance testing. Stability:-ability to withstand Continue Reading

Getting Started With Taurus || Performance Testing

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Taurus? Taurus is a free and open source framework for Continuous Testing which helps us by hiding the complexities of running performance tests Extends the functionality of open source testing tools such like JMeter, K6, Selenium, and more It provides a simplified way to configure and run automated performance tests and display the results in the most effective form It can consume configuration Continue Reading

Data Driven Testing in JMeter

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hi folks, Initially, In this blog we will go through the data driven testing concept, then we will briefly see the step by step process of implementing the JMeter test script using data from external sources. Data driven testing? Data-driven testing is one of the most important mechanisms to determine the stability of the application.  Mostly, when an application is tested by a tester manually Continue Reading

JMeter : Rising Performance Capabilities

Reading Time: 4 minutes What is JMeter? Apache JMeter is a popular open-source testing software. JMeter is a Java based application for performance testing. It is mainly use for testing the Web application or FTP application, but also currently it is applicable in JDBC database connections, functional testing etc. How Does JMeter Works? Why JMeter? Open-source : It can be download free of cost. User-friendly : JMeter is easy Continue Reading

Jmeter-Extract data using Post Processor Part- II

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello everyone ! I hope you are doing well in this pandemic of COVID-19. In the previous blogs, we saw how we can extract the data from Jmeter using post-processor- JSON Extractor. Here in this blog, we will see other post-processors like Regular Expression. Many of us feel that creating regular expressions is difficult for non-technical people. So most of us avoid using regular expressions Continue Reading

Gatling for Websocket Protocol

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello there, In this blog, we shall discuss about the WebSocket protocol. Further in the blog we will also try to learn to create a simple Gatling Scripts for this protocol as well. But without jumping to the Gatling script we shall learn about WebSocket Protocol. So lets begin. How webSocket is different from HTTP? WebSocket and HTTP, both of these are communication protocols which Continue Reading

Gatling for SSE Protocol

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Guys, In this blog, we shall discuss about the SSE(Sever-Sent Events) protocol. Further in the blog we will also try to learn to create a simple Gatling Scripts for this protocol as well. Let’s not jump directly to the script part, but first let us learn about the SSE protocol and how it is different from WebSocket protocol. How SSE protocol is different WebSocket Continue Reading