How to Find the Bottleneck of a Website / Microservice or API

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1 minute read In order to find out how does your application / website behave, there are a number of steps that you have to follow which will give you a better understanding of the current performance state of your website / application. Usually, you can keep a customers interested¬†if your website’s speed is good enough and each… Read more »

How to use Apache JMeter’s WebDriver Sampler to Load Test the UI of an Application

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3 minutes read Here is how to use Apache JMeter’s WebDriver Sampler to load test the UI of the application, and by the UI, I mean load test a user’s workflow, with entering the web pages, clicking on different links etc. All you have to do is install the JMeter plugins and make use of the WebDriver Config… Read more »

Performance Testing vs. Load Testing

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2 minutes read If you ever asked yourself “What is the difference between Performance Testing and Load Testing”, below are listed some of the main characteristics of Performance Testing and Load Testing, and how are they different from one another. What is Performance Testing? Performance Testing represents the characteristics of a system, how fast is that system, in… Read more »

New Test Locations for Load Testing and Website Speed Testing

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1 minute read We’ve added new test locations for the Load Testing and Website Speed Testing services. The new test locations are the result of the pool (see results below) we’ve sent a couple of days ago, thanks everyone for the feedback. List of all available test locations for load testing and website speed testing is: US East… Read more »