Software Testing Space provides this course in web performance testing using the leading open source free tool, Apache JMeter. As you may know, I have a number of years experience in delivering performance testing and load testing projects successfully. I started this course on repeatedly finding even experienced software testing professionals having many gaps in their knowledge of performance testing and load testing. This course has 13+ hours of online training videos with lots of example performance test plans. The topics taught in this course include performance testing concepts, JMeter installation and using the UI effectively, using Proxy Server, building requests, Thread groups, Logic controllers, Samplers, Listeners and statistical results, data parametrization, test script and test plan modeling, server technologies, profilers and many more. If you want the details of my training videos, please email me at isingh 30 AT gmail DOT com (no spaces). In order to get started, please see my demo video, JMeter load testing beginner tutorial. You can also see more details of these training videos at JMeter Web Performance Testing Training Videos.
Monday, August 19, 2013
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Last month, I completed a training course on Apache JMeter. It was titled, Web Performance Testing with JMeter. One of the important concepts in JMeter is Listeners and that I want to share with you. Reports are called Listeners in JMeter vocabulary. Listeners are used to collect the performance test results and display it to the performance tester. Now, let us learn about Listeners in JMeter and how to use them.
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