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It contains all the supporting project files necessary to work through the video course from start to finish. Load-test, monitor performance in real-time, create reports, and more. Apache JMeter offers a powerful and extendable testing solution for your applications.
With this course, you will use JMeter to test both the performance and functionality of any required online asset—web services, databases, FTP, or web servers—using a single tool. Distributed load testing has historically been an expensive and painful process when comes to very high workloads with an enormous number of users using multiple systems.
JMeter to the rescue! Firstly, JMeter is an open-source tool and is thus free. Secondly, JMeter is able to send metrics to the database, so you may start any number of JMeter instances and get all results stored in one place- Influxdb and visualized in Grafana.
JMeter is made up of components. You will use those components to plan and perform tests, using realistic demo scenarios. By the end of the course, you will be world-class at using JMeter in the real world.
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