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How to speed up JMeter. Part 2

We continue our series of articles about optimizing the popular load testing service JMeter. In the previous article, we highlighted the possibilities of significantly speeding up JMeter by configuring agent monitoring and optimizing components and service settings. In this part of the Apache JMeter load testing tutorial, we…

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How to speed up JMeter. Part 1

Apache JMeter load testing doesn’t need to be advertised; nonetheless, not enough attention is paid to the load script speed. In this article, we take a look at different approaches to writing load scripts in an optimal way that allows saving money on the load testing machines. This…

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JMeter. Changing intensity with Constant Throughput Timer

In JMeter, it is no longer possible to change the intensity, the number of threads and the duration of the test by standard methods after starting the test. However, it happens that the test is already running, but you urgently need to change a parameter (for example, I often forget to indicate the test duration),…
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Virtual Table Server

I think that many readers are actively using LoadRunner. So I’ve got a question for you – where do you take the test data from? The first option is to parametrize everything and save the dataset in .dat-files. It’s a good solution, but what if there are many scripts with common parameters in the use…
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Performance Testing For Banking Applications

In a world where the global economy is connected, banking plays a foundational role in connecting companies financially regardless of their location. However, due to the critical nature of finances and the risk of fraud, security, and privacy, banking applications enabling these transactions are extremely complex, perhaps more complicated than most enterprise software. Even a…
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