Monthly Archives: April 2016

Implementing a SFTP Client Using Python and Paramiko

By | April 28, 2016

This post shows how to use the Python library Paramiko to implement a SFTP client that can be used to programatically send and receive files over SFTP. As when using Paramiko for SSH communication, authentication is performed using either username and password or username and a private key. Preparations The preparations are identical to those described in my previous post on SSH… Read More »

Introduction to Load Testing with Gatling – Part 3

By | April 26, 2016

This is the third part in a series of posts in which I will present a written version of a workshop I recently held on load testing with Gatling. The target audience of the workshop was Java developers without any previous knowledge of Gatling and this series of articles is not different in this area. Since I myself like concrete examples,… Read More »

Execute Shell Commands Over SSH Using Python and Paramiko

By | April 24, 2016

This post shows how to use the Python library Paramiko to implement a SSH client, programmatically connect to another computer over SSH and execute a shell command on that computer. Authentication is performed using either username and password or username and a cryptographic key. Paramiko have many more features than the ones I use in the… Read More »

Introduction to Load Testing with Gatling – Part 2

By | April 24, 2016

This is the second part in a series of posts in which I will present a written version of a workshop I recently held on load testing with Gatling. The target audience of the workshop was Java developers without any previous knowledge of Gatling and this series of articles is not different in this area. Since I myself like concrete examples,… Read More »

Introduction to Load Testing with Gatling – Part 1

By | April 16, 2016

This is the first part in a series of posts in which I will present a written version of a workshop I recently held on load testing with Gatling. The target audience of the workshop was Java developers without any previous experience of Gatling and this series of articles is not different in this area. Since I myself like concrete examples,… Read More »