serverless-artillery - Combine serverless with artillery and you get serverless-artillery for instant, cheap, and easy performance testing at scale

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Combine serverless with artillery and you get serverless-artillery (a.k.a. serverless-artillery) for instant, cheap, and easy performance testing at scale. We were motivated to create this project in order to facilitate moving performance testing earlier and more frequently into our CI/CD pipelines such that the question wasn't 'whether...' but 'why wouldn't...' '...you automatically (acceptance and) perf test your system every time you check in?'.

https://github.com/Nordstrom/serverless-artillery#readme

Dependencies:

aws-sdk : ^2.5.0
bluebird : ^3.4.6
get-stdin : ^5.0.1
js-yaml : ^3.6.1
semver : ^5.3.0
shortid : ^2.2.6
yargs : ^6.2.0

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