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http_load http_load - multiprocessing http test client Fetch the software. http_load runs multiple http fetches in parallel, to test the throughput of a web server. However unlike most such test clients, it runs in a single process, so it doesn't bog down the client machine. It can be configured to do https fetches as well. You give it a file containing a list of URLs that may be fetched, a flag specifying how to start connections (either by rate or by number of simulated users), and a flag specifying when to quit (either after a given number of fetches or a given elapsed time). Joe Dog Software - Siege Manual Introduction Siege is an http/https regression testing and benchmarking utility. It was designed to let web developers measure the performance of their code under duress, to see how it will stand up to load on the internet. It lets the user hit a web server with a configurable number of concurrent simulated users. Those users place the webserver “under siege.”

Optimizing PostgreSQL/Tomcat for Write-Heavy Workloads Recently I've been working on tuning the performance of a Tomcat web front-end and PostgreSQL back-end. In particular I wanted to stress some write-heavy scenarios, so I designed a JMeter test plan and ran it using Maven Chronos (as described in this post). Also I have collectd running on the machines and reporting various system metrics to a central server for graphing. This is essential to help identify which system resources are contributing to a performance bottleneck. In this post I don't want to get too hung up on the exact nature of the queries or the hardware configurations.

Node.js And IO.js May Be Approaching Reconciliation After three months of internecine conflict, the popular open source JavaScript framework Node.js may be nearing a reconciliation with dissidents who created a rival version. Mikeal Rogers, a former Node core contributor and current community lead of that rival, IO.js, posted a proposal for healing the breach late Thursday in the IO GitHub repository. “A lot of questions have been coming our way about what a merger of the node.js and io.js projects might look like,” Rogers wrote. “People in both projects want to know their work won't be thrown away and that we can preserve the positive aspects of each project.” Load and Performance Testing Tool LoadComplete is a desktop tool for load, stress, scalability testing of websites and web applications. Designed from the ground-up to help you focus on the tasks at hand, it does not require advanced programming skills. It works with both traditional HTML web sites and with Rich Internet Applications using modern web technologies like AJAX, ASP.NET, Java, Flash, Flex and Silverlight. The 'record and playpack' and 'visual programming' features enable you to create powerful and flexible first load test within a few seconds.

AM Stereo » Blog Archive » Using Tsung for Load Testing Rails or Web Apps September 12, 2008 by Austin Mills After trying some other load-testing tools, I found Tsung, a load-testing application written in Erlang to take advantage of that language’s concurrency support. It scales well (it’s been used to simulate tens of thousands of users), it supports forms and HTTP sessions, and includes some niceties like proxy recording, ‘thinktime’ support, and a choice of random or ordered traffic. Not having a physical server handy to run Tsung isn’t a big obstacle; I just used an Amazon EC2 instance (an xlarge turned out to be more than enough, you could probably get 100s of users on a medium), which due to being rentable by the hour is great for a short-term need like occasional load-testing. I put one of Alestic’s Ubuntu images on the EC2 instance, and then it’s just a few short steps to install Tsung on the machine (we’ll call it ‘tsunghost’):

How Asm.js Could Transfigure PC Gaming - ReadWrite Where do you spend most of your time on the computer? Chances are it’s probably the browser window. That’s where you check email and update social media, and where you watch videos and conduct research. You’re probably using it right now to read this article. Developers know this to be the case, and that’s what led to the creation of asm.js, a Mozilla-developed subset of JavaScript designed to let users to launch everything from the browser window—even computationally intensive applications like games. See also: HTML5's "Dirty Little Secret": It's Already Everywhere, Even In Mobile

Dynatrace AJAX edition Dynatrace AJAX edition has been a great product and helped many people around the world to analyze web performance problems in Internet Explorer and Firefox. Endorsed by industry experts such as John Resig (creator of jQuery) or Steve Souders (creator of YSlow) AJAX edition became the de-facto standard for browser diagnostics on Internet Explorer and Firefox on Windows. With the extension of Web Performance into Mobile Devices, Cloud as well as different server-side technologies (Java, .NET, PHP, Nginx, Node.js, …) Dynatrace decided in December 2014 to focus the efforts and continue innovation of Browser Diagnostics, User Experience and Application Monitoring into Dynatrace. To get your own personal license of Dynatrace Application Monitoring and Dynatrace User Experience Management simply sign up on this page or use the on We still provide the old Dynatrace AJAX edition download in case you want to hold on to its legacy. Contact us

Web E<sup>x</sup>ponents - The official Google Code blog Over the last few months, I've started inviting web gurus I know to give tech talks at Google. It's been great to kick off this speaker series with such luminaries as John Resig, Doug Crockford, and PPK. (I snuck in there, too.) The biggest benefit from these talks is the release of the videos and slides. The videos are popular, with thousands of viewers.

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