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Generate intuitive Locust reports with Jtl Reporter
3 projects | dev.to | 15 Dec 2020
As I described in another article I had a very similar issue with JMeter and I solved it by implementing Jtl Reporter. By using Jtl Reporter you will get neat performance reports from your tests with the possibility for convenient comparison, test reports management and easily share it with anyone on your team (now you can get rid of HTML reports).
Generate intuitive JMeter reports with Jtl Reporter and Taurus
2 projects | dev.to | 12 Dec 2020
An example of upload-kpi.py script can be found here. Do not forget to provide it with api token generated earlier (to avoid 401 error), project and scenario name. I do store them in the same taurus yaml file. The whole taurus yaml file can look like:2 projects | dev.to | 12 Dec 2020
In theory, this could be solved by e.g. Grafana and underlying database. While it works very well for storing and visualizing data, it does not work so very well in a comparison of those reports in retrospective views. BlazeMeter provides nice reports which help to mitigate this problem, but unfortunately, I was not able to find any OSS alternative to it. For this reason, I have decided to create Jtl Reporter.
What are some alternatives?
python-test-stack - Python Test Stack Demo
JEval - ⚡ JEval helps you to evaluate your JMeter test plan and provides recommendation before you start your performance testing. All contributions welcome 🙏.
Kangal-Demo - Performance Testing in Kubernetes using Kangal
allure-docker-service - This docker container allows you to see up to date reports simply mounting your "allure-results" directory in the container (for a Single Project) or your "projects" directory (for Multiple Projects). Every time appears new results (generated for your tests), Allure Docker Service will detect those changes and it will generate a new report automatically (optional: send results / generate report through API), what you will see refreshing your browser.
Black-Friday-Performance-Testing - 🦃 Black Friday Performance Testing Experiment 🙏