Open Source Tools for Performance Testing and Monitoring
Are you finding it hard to make time for performance testing? Does your code end up shipping to production with little or no performance validation due to the lack of tools or expertise? Do you often wonder what system performance looks like in production to end users? Whether you are a test engineer, developer, or seasoned performance tester who has used traditional tools like LoadRunner, there are times when you need to get a quick read on the performance characteristics of your system and determine if there are any regressions. Join Kaushal Dalvi as he shares tips, tricks, and techniques that can help you get started with performance testing and system performance monitoring using open source tools. Kaushal describes an easy way to get answers about the basic performance, stability, scalability, and reliability characteristics of your system. He demonstrates tools—such as Hey/Boom, Artillery and Lighthouse—and discusses how to validate performance by monitoring utilization and latencies in production. By leveraging these tools and techniques and integrating them into a continuous integration pipeline, you will no longer have to cross your fingers and hope for performance when your code goes live.
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