Tag Archives: load-test

Updated: Introduction to Load Testing with Gatling

By | April 7, 2020

Reading Time: 2 minutes Time passes more quickly that I thought and it has already been four years since I wrote the Introduction to Load Testing with Gatling article series. In preparation for another instance of the workshop, I had the opportunity to update the examples to the most recent version of Gatling and a newer Java version as… Read More »

REST with Asynchronous Jersey and RXJava – Part 4

By | December 29, 2016

Reading Time: 7 minutes 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

Reading Time: 18 minutes 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

Reading Time: 7 minutes 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 »

Introduction to Load Testing with Gatling – Part 4

By | May 6, 2016

Reading Time: 7 minutes Update 2020-04-07: This article has been updated for Gatling 3.3.1 as described here. 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… Read More »

Introduction to Load Testing with Gatling – Part 3

By | April 26, 2016

Reading Time: 3 minutes Update 2020-04-07: This article has been updated for Gatling 3.3.1 as described here. 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… Read More »

Introduction to Load Testing with Gatling – Part 2

By | April 24, 2016

Reading Time: 5 minutes Update 2020-04-07: This article has been updated for Gatling 3.3.1 as described here. 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… Read More »

Introduction to Load Testing with Gatling – Part 1

By | April 16, 2016

Reading Time: 7 minutes Update 2020-04-07: This article has been updated for Gatling 3.3.1 as described here. 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… Read More »

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

By | March 27, 2016

Reading Time: 7 minutes 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 »

HTTP with Load in Mule

By | March 16, 2015

Reading Time: 19 minutes In this article I will look at the new non-blocking HTTP communication available in Mule 3.6 CE. The old HTTP connectors and proxy pattern will be compared with the new with a focus on reliability under load and ease of configuration. I will also examine the best pre-3.6 alternative, as far as HTTP communication is… Read More »