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Apache JMeter Introduction
Apache JMeter Introduction
Apache JMeter Introduction
Apache JMeter Introduction
Apache JMeter Introduction
Apache JMeter Introduction
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Apache JMeter Introduction
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  • 1. Cph.pm 2013-01-29Apache JMeter Introduction Søren Lund (slu) slu@369.dk
  • 2. About Apache JMeterThe Apache JMeter™ desktop application is opensource software, a 100% pure Java applicationdesigned to load test functional behavior andmeasure performance. It was originally designedfor testing Web Applications but has sinceexpanded to other test functions. From http://jmeter.apache.org/
  • 3. My Focus Web Testing (HTTP/HTTPS) Load Testing Performance Testing Using test data (CSV files) Randomization (scripting) Reporting
  • 4. Web Testing Black Box Test Need to know  HTTP(S)  Request/Response  POST/GET  Cookies  HTML  Recording in JMeter  ”Developer Tools” (F12)
  • 5. Load Testing How much traffic can we handle? (users, requests, bytes) Need to know  How many users do we have?  Peak hours? Define test  Scale down  Define/find threshhold
  • 6. Performance Testing What are the response times? What are the repsonse times under heavy load? Need to know  Common operations (e.g. Logging in)  Eager/Lazy Loading usage  Ressource hungry operations (e.g. Submitting a form)
  • 7. The Test Plan
  • 8. Demo Time(cross you fingers)
  • 9. The EndQuestions?
  • 10. The EndQuestions?

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