OctoPerf Workspaces for QA Teams enables collaborative JMeter testing.
Performance Tester Teams struggle to share their work when using JMeter. Sharing JMeter projects can be a tedious task. OctoPerf solves this issue by allowing Teams to share their load tests.
Workspaces allow teams to share JMeter projects (Virtual Users, Scenarios and test reports). A Workspace is a collection of projects accessible by one or more people with different rights.
Workspace members have different rights depending on their role:
OctoPerf now fully supports all JMeter features including open-source and custom JMeter plugins.
We have made a major step toward full JMeter support. Until now, OctoPerf supported only a limited subset of JMeter features. Many customers were asking to extend the JMeter support to fit their own needs. We had to find an elegant solution to fit all needs without compromising simplicity of use.
JMeter can be easily extended by creating your own plugins. There are numerous open-source JMeter plugins which greatly increase JMeter capabilities.
Do You Have What it Takes to be a Work from Home Tester?
Many of us have dreamed of working from home, but until the invention of the Internet it was quite impossible for most of us. Over the last decade, the odd work from home day has transformed into full-time remote working positions whereby someone works for a company, but does so from home. Furthermore, the development of cloud technology, a proliferation of online work-based platforms, and freelance gig sites for most company functions, has led to companies being able to outsource their work to an army of work from home freelancers.
Let’s take a quick look at the past year and all the new features we’ve added to OctoPerf
2016 was an exciting year for OctoPerf! We’ve really pushed the platform to an all new level thanks to your amazing feedback. It’s been over a year and a half now working towards a more accessible performance testing solution built for literally everyone. Being a new player in this market can be a real challenge, but it’s also quite rewarding when you receive so much positive attention. Since so much has transpired in 2016, we would like to take a moment to summarize all the cool features we’ve added this past year:
There are so many articles about the skills a software engineer should have, but almost none about which skills should alert you about how bad he is. I’ve met many software developers the last ten years and I would like to share my thoughts about the kind of people I think are not bringing anything to make a company more forward.
The content of this article is subject to debate: hiring someone is a highly subjective matter.
Collect and analyze end-user experience metrics with browser-based load testing.
We are proud to announce that we now support running real browser load testing alongside with regular HTTP load testing. We have integrated the JMeter Selenium WebDriver to our platform. It’s now possible to run JMeter load tests as well as Selenium webdriver tests simultaneously. Collect both network metrics like response time and end-use experience metrics like browser load time.
Octoperf removes the pain of load testing your app with Selenium with our Saas integration.
It’s been a busy couple of weeks but we keep doing our best to get new features in OctoPerf.
We have worked on two topics:
Ease of use Implementing feedbacks User experience Some of you probably noticed but we are working to improve the first experience with OctoPerf. At first with video tutorials which show all the features: But also through a brand new guided tour:
Our goal has always been to make load testing as simple as possible, so we hope these will make OctoPerf even easier to handle:
Get an insight about the features introduced since January 2016.
This blog post aims to resume all the cool new features and improvements we’ve made to OctoPerf since the beginning of the year.
Design Improvements and features in this section are related to the online virtual user design exclusive to OctoPerf.
Enable / Disable actions This is a must have to quickly rework any existing virtual user. Any action can now be disabled to prevent it from being executed when running the virtual user.
OctoPerf last update improves the overall reporting: percentiles are displayed in the result table.
OctoPerf last update focused on improving the overall reporting with, for example, the possibility to insert page breaks in the generated PDF report.
The result table We worked hard on the result table: from the way the metrics are displayed and sorted to the CSV export, we reviewed this report item so you can get the most revealing information from it.
The percentile metric Until now OctoPerf analysis section only came with a specific report item dedicated to percentiles.
OctoPerf last update aims to help our users improve their productivity while load testing their applications.
This short post describes the modifications made to OctoPerf for its last update, and how they can help you save time while load testing.
Our goal is, and has always been, to ease the work of load testers. Creating test reports using Word / Excel can take a lot of time.
##Exporting the report
That’s why we automated this process in OctoPerf, our load testing solution. Even as your performance bench is running, you can edit the generated report: