Chaos testing, also known as chaos engineering, is a proactive methodology used to test the resilience and reliability of complex distributed systems. This article provides an in-depth overview of chaos testing, highlighting its benefits, key principles, techniques, the proposed chaos testing framework, and popular tools available in the market.
Frontend and backend performance are key elements in the success of websites. This presentation introduces you to both frontend and backend performance testing and why a medley of these software testing activities are needed to make sure that your website is performant.
JMeter is an open source test automation framework developed under the stewardship of the Apache Foundation that is mainly used for performance and load testing. This article provides pointers to documentation, tutorials, courses and videos to learn to use JMeter.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been an accelerator of growth for online shopping and e-commerce. But are your website pages loading fast enough for impatient customers? This article shares some practical tips and metrics to test and measure the performance of your e-commerce website.
Your Internet of Things (IoT) solution is unique and you will quickly realize that testing end-to-end IoT performance is hard. This article explains what you should require in an IoT performance testing tool to solve these problems.
The first part of this article presented some of the current challenges of performance testing. It discussed also the data and times pillar of performance testing. This second part covers the resource and cost aspects. The author shares some final thoughts on the future of performance testing.
Agile, DevOps, Continuous Delivery, Testing in Production: all these modern trends put pressure on the traditional approach to software testing in general and more specifically on the performance testing activity. In this article, V.M.Guruprasath explains issues created by the new context and proposes some possible solutions.