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JMeter Tutorial

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Daniel Gutierrez Diez holds a Master in Computer Science Engineering from the University of Oviedo (Spain) and a Post Grade as Specialist in Foreign Trade from the UNED (Spain). Daniel has been working for different clients and companies in several Java projects as programmer, designer, trainer, consultant and technical lead.

This tutorial discusses JMeter, a Java based load and performance testing tool with several applications and uses. These are the main points that we are going to cover:

• We are going to explain what is JMeter used for.
• How is JMeter implemented and with what technologies is designed.
• How to install and configure it properly.
• We are going to explain the basic features of its user interface.
• We will detailed explain how to configure different test plans.
• To show how to analyze its results.
• Finally we will mention some important best practices.

All examples have been configured and implemented using Java 8 update 0.20, Eclipse Luna 4.4, JMeter 2.11 and MySQL Community Server 5.6.21.

 

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JMeter Tutorial includes:

  1. Installation
  2. GUI overview
  3. Available requests
  4. Test plans and components
  5. Test plan elements order of execution
  6. Run/Stop test plans
  7. Web (HTTP) test plan
  8. Database test plan tutorial
  9. Junit test plan
  10. Recording HTTP tests
  11. JMeter Plugins
  12. JMeter best practices
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