Jmeter

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Performance Testing experience using Ant and Jmeter - Part 2

In my last blog post, i described how i have used jmeter-plugins at my current client site, now i am faced with another problem , i need to be able to run these performance test from command line, in other for these performance tests to be executed in a CI environment such as teamcity. A quick search brings to light the ant jmeter task which is an ant task for running jmeter test.

Performance Testing experience using Ant and Jmeter - Part 1

Jmeter is a well known open source performance/load testing tool and to be fair it does a lot of stuff really well. if you wants to do some quick performance testing without a whole lots of infrastructure around it then it is great. I started out my task with jmeter with some objectives: <li> A tool that i could integrate into a CI tool such as teamcity</li> <li> Meaningful graphs that could be easily interpreted by any one in the team</li> <li> Able to integrate the graphs into teamcity</li> <li> Able to monitor the performance of the website under test.