[Melbourne-pm] Web Performance Testing
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Thu Sep 14 00:19:37 PDT 2006
OpenSTA will do esactly what you need.
Open source, very powerful and scriptable (has its own language)...
On 14/09/06, Scott Penrose <scottp at dd.com.au> wrote:
> What do you guys recommend for Web Performance Testing ?
> i.e. latency and hits per second on a set of request, tuneable to
> numbers, times etc.
> I wrote a suite called STS (literally, Scott's Test Suite) to do this
> more than 5 years ago, which we still use, but I thought maybe there
> is some better stuff around.
> What do people use that is relatively simple etc?
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> Scott Penrose
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