Users Can Now Update Their Apache JMeter Script Properties During Test Runs
NEW YORK, NY. December 4, 2013 — BlazeMeter, provider of the Apache JMeter™ compatible load testing platform for developers, today released another load testing feature, Real-Time Properties Control. This feature offers unprecedented control for performance tests with the added functionality of updating properties from their JMeter scripts while tests are running.
All test plans include the load testing of web and mobile applications under varying scenarios such as: gradual load, stress, endurance, etc. in order to best identify an application’s performance limits and where performance bottlenecks may lie. With BlazeMeter’s Real-Time Control, users can implement and adjust these scenarios in real time while a test is running for more precise results.
BlazeMeter’s enterprise performance and load testing platform helps developers find and fix bottlenecks on websites, mobile sites and apps and enables devops to perform real-world capacity planning. BlazeMeter’s platform simulates browser traffic that originates from the public cloud or from inside your own firewall and enables developers to better assess the realistic load capacity that their websites, mobile sites or applications can handle.
Real-Time Control over JMeter Properties Using BlazeMeter
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BlazeMeter (www.blazemeter.com) is a self-service, web and mobile load testing platform providing developers an enterprise grade, out-of-the-box performance testing solution. 100% compatible with Apache JMeter™. Start testing in under five minutes.
BlazeMeter significantly simplifies the performance testing process for web and mobile applications by providing developers easy integration into their native development environment, realistic user simulation, advanced scripting capabilities, unlimited on-demand load testing capacity, comprehensive, interactive real-time reporting, sophisticated result analysis and distributed testing across multiple different geographic locations. BlazeMeter can run multiple load tests that easily simulate load of up to 300,000 concurrent users from both the public cloud or inside the corporate firewall, enabling its customers to quickly locate and fix performance bottlenecks.
BlazeMeter provides a free plugin to JMeter, a Drupal module, a WordPress plugin, a Jenkins CI plugin, a Google Chrome extension and full integrations with TeamCity (JetBrains), CloudBees, Acquia and New Relic for simplified load testing.
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