One of many useful features of JMeter is that almost all of the stuff that you can select/input in its GUI, you can also alter programmatically during runtime. Today, I will describe an example of this in context of downloading embedded resources for some of the requests. I will show why I had to go..
In this post I will share some performance testing experiences from executing formal software performance verifications in healthcare industry. This is how performance testing of a medical product resulting in an official report is called there. It is a bit different affair than testing in other domains. What is characteristic about the healthcare domain..
No, i’m not going to write about ecology today ?. Lately, I was asked to do a consultancy job and look at some JMeter performance testing scripts. One of the issues discussed, was how to ‘manipulate’ the results or to be more exact, how to turn a failed response into a successful, green one…
In previous post I went through JMeter’s constant throughput timer (CTT) component usage and behaviour. Now, building on that knowledge I’ll show you some tips on how to make your life easier when using CTT. Defining throughput variables in a separate component We’ll start with a basic configuration step that we will heavily rely on down..
How many times, within your performance test script, did you want to set up pacing to correctly follow the load requirements, only to find out that the selected think times were off the target over and over again? I guess that you must know the feeling provided that you really care about simulating the required..
Welcome to Perftuned! Tadaaaa! Hello! Since this is the first post on www.perftuned.com let me just quickly set up the scene and tell you what kind of stuff can be expected to appear here in the future. Well…For sure you can count on whole bunch of topics related to software performance and performance testing..