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Apache JMeter is a 100% pure Java desktop application designed to load test functional behavior and measure performance. Apache JMeter may be used to test performance both on static and dynamic resources (files, Servlets, Perl scripts, Java Objects, Data Bases and Queries, FTP Servers and more). It ... [More]
The Grinder is a load testing framework that makes it easy to run a distributed test using many load injector machines. Test scripts are written in Jython, and can call out to arbitrary Java code, providing support for testing a large range of network protocols. The Grinder comes with a mature ... [More]
Bringing the awesomeness of The Grinder to the .Net community. Bringing the awesomeness of the .Net programming languages to the Grinder community. GrinderScript.Net is an open source project, that enables you to run load test written in a .Net language in The Grinder. It is not a port of The Grinder to the .Net platform.
This project aims to improve JMeter's reports presentation of a performance tests execution for a better and easier analysis of the results.
IxoraRMS is a tool for visualizing monitoring data. It is written in Java and has a Swing GUI. As part of my job I am involved in performance testing and I felt the need for a tool with the following characteristics: quick to deploy able to provide rich amounts of monitoring data able to ... [More]
IxoraRMS is an open source monitoring tool with great visualization and customization capabilities. It is well suited for use in performance labs.
Metatrace is a C++ compile time ray tracer (as of the initial release, it is a whitted style one). It is mostly inane stuff. except, maybe, that it's a nice gadget to test compiler performance and conformance, especially but not exclusively in the Template and Metaprogramming corner of C++. ... [More]
Remember JUnitPerf? If you do, you may find these extensions useful. These extensions were built to bring something similar to JUnitPerf into the JUnit 4.5 framework. These extensions provide the following: a different approach for ignoring tests: any test that doesn't meet a ... [More]