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Gatling - Stress Testing Tool

  •    Scala

Gatling is an open-source load testing framework based on Scala, Akka and Netty.

LoadUI - Load Testing Tool

  •    Java

loadUI deliver a visual, drag-and-drop interface which allows you to create, configure and redistribute your Load Tests interactively and in real-time. You can distribute your Load Tests across any number of loadUI Agents on local or remote machines, allowing you to simulate high volume and real-world load with incredible efficiency. It supprots wide range of protocols and technologies from HTTP(S), HTML, SOAP/WSDL and REST to AMF, JDBC, JMS and POX.

expecto - A smooth testing lib for F#

  •    F#

Expecto is a smooth testing library for F#, with APIs made for humans, giving strong testing methodologies to everyone.With Expecto you write tests as values. Tests can be composed, reduced, filtered, repeated and passed as values, because they are values. This gives the programmer a lot of leverage when writing tests.

pewpew - Flexible HTTP command line stress tester for websites and web services

  •    Go

Pewpew is a flexible command line HTTP stress tester. Unlike other stress testers, it can hit multiple targets with multiple configurations, simulating real world load and bypassing caches.Disclaimer: Pewpew is designed as a tool to help those developing web services and websites. Please use responsibly.




mongoose-base - Mongoose is a storage performance testing automation tool

  •    Java

Mongoose is a storage performance testing tool. Mongoose is able to sustain millions of concurrent connections and millions of operations per second.

log-replay - Replay nginx/haproxy logs for the sake of stress testing

  •    Go

Nginx/Haproxy logs are currently limited to GET only. SOLR requests will use post format for everything, as a way to subvert GET length limitations.

apistress - Very simple stress testing tool for API

  •    Go

Sometimes you want to check SLA of your API automatically. There are many tools for profiling or stressing your software, but all of them have the enormous complexity or analyze results by third party tools. This project helps you do it easy and in a straightforward way. One configuration file with a simple structure is needed. In configuration file you need to declare the target, attack time, request frequency and (this is the most important part) SLA for target service (99th latency percentile and percentage of successful requests). And if any test is failed, the program will print report and exit with error code. It gives simple integration with different continuous delivery tools.