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Why you should switch from Commercial Load Testing solutions to Apache JMeter

on 11 mars 2017 AWS, AZURE, CI, CLOUD, CONTINUOUS INTEGRATION, DEVOPS, JMETER, PERFORMANCE, PRODUCTIVITY with 0 comments

Why you should seriously consider switching from Commercial Load Testing solutions to Apache JMeter Few months ago we wrote a blog on Why Apache JMeter and Ubik Load Pack is your best load testing tool option . Since then, a lot of things happened in the Load Testing world and the JMeter eco-system which make […]

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Load testing MPEG-DASH Video Streaming with Apache JMeter and UbikLoadPack

on 12 septembre 2016 Apple HTTP Live Streaming, AWS, AZURE, DEVOPS, HLS, JMETER, JMETER-PLUGINS, LOAD_TESTING, PERFORMANCE, PRODUCTIVITY, VIDEO and Étiquettes : , , , , , with 1 comment

MPEG-DASH (Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP, ISO/IEC 23009-1:2012) is a vendor free format that is used to stream content through HTTP requests. It is gaining popularity and its usage increases as many providers allow customers to use this format to deliver content (ie various cloud services, even Microsoft Azure platform allows its customer to use […]

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UbikLoadPack solution now available on AWS Cloud with RedLine13 partnership

on 17 novembre 2015 Apple HTTP Live Streaming, AWS, CLOUD, DEVOPS, FLEX, GWT, HLS, JMETER, LOAD_TESTING, LOW COST, PERFORMANCE, PRODUCTIVITY with 0 comments

UbikLoadPack solution now available on AWS Cloud with RedLine13 partnership We’re happy to announce that Ubik Load Pack solution is now available on Amazon Web Services Cloud through our partner RedLine13. Thanks to this partnership, our customers can now load test very easily from the cloud using their AWS account and RedLine13 subscription. With the […]

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Leverage your Load Testing using JMeter and Selenium WebDriver

on 12 novembre 2015 AWS, DEVOPS, JMETER, JMETER-PLUGINS, LOAD_TESTING, PERFORMANCE, REDLINE13, SELENIUM with 1 comment

Context: You want to load test your application and get user response times including page rendering. You usually use JMeter for load testing but the issue is that JMeter is not a real browser, so the reported response times do not include page rendering. Hopefully, JMeter eco-system is very rich, so there is a solution […]

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