2 minutes read LoadFocus now provides easy testing for services that are using OAuth authorization (we support OAuth2.0 as OAuth1.0 was retired in 2012). We support all the OAuth 2.0 grant types: Authorization Code Implicit Password Credentials Client Credentials Refresh Token For testing a service that is behind a login (that has OAuth authorization) the only thing the… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Stress Testing
What is Hits per Second in Performance Testing?
< 1 minute read Hits per second represents the number of requests sent to the server in one second (the load which the server is being hit). Hits per second is the total load set by the concurrent virtual users on the server, no matter if they are executed successfully or not on the server side. The number of… Read more »
How to create Multilingual Reports for Performance Tests
2 minutes read With our newly released White Labelled Reports for performance tests, you can now print the PDF reports in multiple languages. This applies to our load testing cloud tool and also for load tests using JMeter test scripts. Displaying Multilingual Reports The reports are accessible from the list of results pages: load test results page or… Read more »
Understanding Standard Deviation in Performance Testing
< 1 minute read Standard Deviation is an important metric in performance testing analysis and informs us how stable the application under test is. In other words, it tells us if the requests that occur during the test are consistent or not. Standard Deviation measures how the response times are spread out around the average response time (mean). A… Read more »
Top 5 Reasons for Using Apache JMeter
< 1 minute read If you haven’t heard of Apache JMeter, then here is a short intro on what is it and how it works. We’ll keep this article short and jump straight to the list of top reasons to use Apache JMeter: Apache JMeter is an open source tool for creating and running website and API load tests…. Read more »
What is the Purpose of Load Testing?
2 minutes read First goal of load testing is “do not lose customers”, the second goal of load testing is… check the first goal. Leaving movie quotes aside, load testing helps you understand how your application behaves under both normal and peak conditions, and discover what is causing the degradation. But truly, the main goal of load testing… Read more »
How to Record and Run Load Tests with JMeter in the Cloud Chrome Extension
< 1 minute read It’s so easy to record a load test for your website, just add to Chrome Browser the JMeter in the Cloud Chrome Extension and you’ll be able to record and run a load in less than 60 seconds. Let’s have a deeper look how to do this. Steps to Record and Run Load Tests Add… Read more »