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locust - Scalable user load testing tool written in Python

  •    Python

Locust is an easy-to-use, distributed, user load testing tool. It is intended for load-testing web sites (or other systems) and figuring out how many concurrent users a system can handle. The idea is that during a test, a swarm of locusts will attack your website. The behavior of each locust (or test user if you will) is defined by you and the swarming process is monitored from a web UI in real-time. This will help you battle test and identify bottlenecks in your code before letting real users in.

boomer - A better load generator for locust, written in golang

  •    Go

Boomer is a better load generator for locust, written in golang. It can spawn thousands of goroutines to run your code concurrently. It will listen and report to the locust master automatically, your test results will be displayed on the master's web UI.

docker-locust - Docker image for the Locust.io open source load testing tool

  •    Python

The purpose of this project is to provide a ready and easy-to-use version of locust.io which also contains additional/useful features that are required. docker-locust will be run as standalone version by default. Standalone version is for users who has only 1 single machine.

invokust - A wrapper for locust to allow running load tests in python or on AWS Lambda

  •    Python

A tool for running Locust load tests from within Python without the need to use the locust command line. This gives more flexibility for automation such as QA/CI/CD tests and also makes it possible to run locust on AWS Lambda for ultimate scalability. AWS Lambda is a great tool for load testing as it is very cheap (or free) and highly scalable.




Transformer - A tool to transform/convert web browser sessions (HAR files) into Locust load testing scenarios (locustfile)

  •    Python

A command-line tool and Python library to convert web browser sessions (HAR files) into Locust load test scenarios ("locustfiles"). Use it to replay HAR files (storing recordings of interactions with your website) in load tests with Locust.

cannon - Cannon is a benchmark system

  •    Go

ZaloPay Cannon is a benchmark system for ZaloPay's internal services. The aim is to build a multi-tenant system which provides intuitive UI/UX for users to submit tasks and perform benchmark.

jtl-reporter - Online reporting application to generate performance reports from JMeter(Taurus), Locust and other tools by either uploading JTL file or streaming data from the test run continuously

  •    Python

Online reporting application to generate reports from JMeter(Taurus), Locust and other tools by either uploading JTL(csv) file or streaming data from the test run continuously. JtlReporter's main objective is to help you to understand your performance reports better and to spot performance regression. For additional information please refer to the documentation.


locust-docker - Docker image for the Locust load testing tool and sample Kubernetes configuration files for distributed deployment

  •    Shell

Docker image for the Locust load testing tool and sample Kubernetes configuration files for distributed deployment. Create a ConfigMap containing your locustfile.py and its dependencies. The command below creates a ConfigMap containing files placed in the local directory locust-tasks.

locust_exporter - A Locust metrics exporter for Prometheus

  •    Go

Prometheus exporter for Locust. This exporter was inspired by mbolek/locust_exporter. locust.uri Address of Locust. Default is http://localhost:8089.

locust - Distributed web data discovery and collection framework built for serverless

  •    Javascript

Distributed serverless web crawling/web scraping with support for js execution

zelt - A command-line tool for orchestrating the deployment of Locust in Kubernetes.

  •    Python

A command-line tool for orchestrating the deployment of Locust in Kubernetes. Use it in conjunction with Transformer to run large-scale end-to-end load testing of your website.






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