Apache JMeter is a popular open-source tool designed for performance testing and functional testing of web applications.
What is JMeter used for?
Evaluation of web applications performance under various loads.
Determining the system's limits and its bottlenecks under extreme loads.
Simulating multiple users to evaluate the application response in real conditions.
Checking the correctness of the web applications functionality.
When should you use JMeter?
Complex Web Applications
When you need to test complex web applications with multiple interactions and scenarios.
Systems with a Large Number of Users
When you want to make sure that your application can handle a large number of simultaneous users.
When Optimizing Infrastructure
To determine how changes in infrastructure or code affect performance.
For Unit Testing
JMeter is not designed for writing unit tests.
GUI Level Testing
JMeter focuses on protocol level testing, not on visual interface testing.
Although JMeter can be used for testing some mobile applications, there are tools specialized specifically in mobile testing.
How did we use JMeter in our clients' projects?
As part of our practice, we actively used JMeter for:
Performance analysis of new releases
Before releasing a new version of a product, we conducted scenario tests to assess its performance and compared the results with previous versions.
Identification of system bottlenecks
Using JMeter, we searched for bottlenecks in the infrastructure and code to optimize the performance of our clients' applications.
Simulation of peak load
For websites and applications expecting high traffic spikes, we created scenarios that simulated this load to ensure system stability.
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