Multi-Mechanize - web performance and load testing framework

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Multi-Mechanize is an framework for web performance and load testing. It allows you to run simultaneous python scripts to generate load (synthetic transactions) against a web site or web service. You programmatically create test scripts to simulate virtual user activity. Your scripts will then generate HTTP requests to intelligently navigate a web site or send requests to a web service.

Multi-Mechanize uses a multi-process, multi-threaded engine to replay your scripts and generate concurrent virtual users.



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