autometer - Distributed Load Testing Made Simple

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An automation tool for scaling load tests using distributed slaves. Based on master-slave architecture where master acts as a test coordinator, from where tests are triggered and the actual tests are distributed across multiple hosts. test.jmx - Your jmeter test file, make sure test name matches with autometer config testName variable.

https://github.com/intuit/autometer

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