Tag Archives: gatling

REST with Asynchronous Jersey and RXJava – Part 4

By | December 29, 2016

In this series of articles I will implement a RESTful web service using Spring Boot and Jersey. I will then modify the service as to use asynchronous server-side request response processing and RXJava. Load tests will be made using Gatling before and after the modifications, in order to determine any improvements. The first article in… Read More »

REST with Asynchronous Jersey and RXJava – Part 3

By | December 17, 2016

In this series of articles I will implement a RESTful web service using Spring Boot and Jersey. I will then modify the service as to use asynchronous server-side request processing and RXJava. Load-tests will be made using Gatling before and after the modifications, in order to determine any improvements. The first article in this series… Read More »

REST with Asynchronous Jersey and RXJava – Part 2

By | November 25, 2016

In this series of articles I will implement a RESTful web service using Spring Boot and Jersey. I will then modify the service as to use asynchronous server-side request processing and RXJava. Load tests will be made using Gatling before and after the modifications, in order to determine any improvements. If you haven’t read part… Read More »

REST with Asynchronous Jersey and RXJava – Part 1

By | November 19, 2016

In this series of articles I will implement a RESTful web service using Spring Boot and Jersey. I will then modify the service as to use asynchronous server-side request processing and RXJava. Load-tests will be made using Gatling before and after the modifications, in order to determine any improvements.  Note: The example program in this… Read More »

Introduction to Load Testing with Gatling – Part 4

By | May 6, 2016

This is the fourth, and last, 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… 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 »

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 »

Creating a Scala Project with Maven Dependency Management for Gatling Testing in IntelliJ IDEA

By | March 27, 2016

Gatling gun photo by Ryo Chijiiwa. This article will, in two steps, show how to create a Scala project in IntelliJ IDEA in which we can develop and run Gatling load-simulations. The project will use Maven for dependency management and to run a selected Gatling simulation. In the first step a Scala project that uses Maven for… Read More »