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Simple, open-source, lightweight stress tool
4 projects | /r/devops | 23 Jan 2023
If, like me, AGPL isn't your cup of tea, you can look at vegeta or locust which are both MIT.
What server to pick for a good amount of consistent traffic?
2 projects | /r/sysadmin | 4 Dec 2022
Simple web performance testing with Selenium?
2 projects | /r/selenium | 17 Oct 2022
Load Testing: An Unorthodox Guide
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 26 Sep 2022
Agreed with a lot of the points here, like starting small with a single piece of your API, then slowly expanding your tests once you’re comfortable that you know what you’re doing.
Note that if you use the Locust framework to write your load tests in Python, it takes care of measuring and reporting the latency and throughput for you. It’s really nice.
I wrote a kubernetes operator for “locust”, should I open source it
2 projects | /r/Python | 8 Sep 2022
Testing NET TCP APIs without Jmeter
3 projects | /r/softwaretesting | 22 Aug 2022
Load testing workflow for POST API calls
2 projects | /r/softwarearchitecture | 31 Jul 2022
I used to use JMeter, till someone else on the team introduced me to locust, so check that out if you don’t mind doing some python: https://locust.io. There’s also gatling (scala based, but can be generated by a recorder or HAR files), https://gatling.io
Ask HN: What is best way to do hands-on practice for system design?
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Jul 2022
You can pretend a small web app is a bigger one with load testing tools like locusts.
Ask HN: Do you load test your applications? If so, how?
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 28 Jun 2022
I’ve used Locust (https://locust.io/) which makes it easy to describe usage patterns and then spin up an arbitrary number of “users”. It provides a real-time web dashboard of the current state including counts of successful & failed requests.
So I've installed grafana, loki, and prometheus on the personal Kubernetes cluster via Terraform. Now what?
12 projects | /r/devops | 21 Jun 2022
Thanks! I currently run Pritunl on the cluster, but I could definitely host my resume on there as well. I could stand to learn tools like https://locust.io or Bees With Machines Guns as a load testing exercise for sure. I will dive into it!
What are some alternatives?
Selenium WebDriver - A browser automation framework and ecosystem.
PyAutoGUI - A cross-platform GUI automation Python module for human beings. Used to programmatically control the mouse & keyboard.
Gatling - Modern Load Testing as Code
aiounittest - Test python asyncio-based code with ease.
splinter - splinter - python test framework for web applications
siege - Siege is an http load tester and benchmarking utility
PyRestTest - Python Rest Testing
Selenium Wire - Extends Selenium's Python bindings to give you the ability to inspect requests made by the browser.
puppeteer - Node.js API for Chrome
sixpack - Sixpack is a language-agnostic a/b-testing framework
Poetry - Python packaging and dependency management made easy
ddosify - Comprehensive Performance Testing Platform. Available on CLI, Self-Hosted, and Cloud - https://ddosify.com 🚀