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On HTTP Load Testing

————————————————————0. Consistency.1. One Machine, One Job.2. Check the Network.3. Remove OS Limitations.4. Don’t Test the Client.5. Overload is not Capacity.6. Thirty Seconds isn’t a Test.7. Do More than Hello World.8. Not Just Averages.9. Publish it All.10. Try Different Tools.

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Blitz – make load and performance testing fun

Blitz is a fresh approach to load and performance testing on the cloud. Most other load testing tools were built in an era of complex environments and the waterfall model. With so many PaaS offerings, developers are embracing newer, simpler and easiler technologies like Sinatra, Rails and node.js to simply git push up to the cloud.
We wanted to bring about the development agility to load and performance testing to help you scale out your app. Whether its a location-aware iPhone® or an Android® app or your favorite RESTful API, you will find Blitz to be easy, affordable and quicker to get results.

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multi-mechanize – web performance and load testing framework

Multi-Mechanize is an open source 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.
In your scripts, you have the convenience of mechanize along with the power of the full Python programming language at your disposal. 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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10 Free Tools to Load/Stress Test Your Web Applications

The Grinder, Pylot, Web Capacity Analysis Tool (WCAT), fwptt, JCrawler, Apache JMeter, Siege, http_load, Web Polygraph, OpenSTA
(Link: 10 Free Tools to Load/Stress Test Your Web Applications)

Load Impact – Free web site load test

Slow websites means lost customers and revenues. Be proactive and find out the performance limits of your website before you learn the hard way. Load Impact is an online load testing service that lets you load test your website with just a few mouse clicks.
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15 Free Functionality And Load Testing Tools For Web Applications

So, here is a collection of 15 Free Functionality And Load Testing Solutions For Web Applications to create better online experiences:
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Link: Test the Performance and Scalability of Your Web Applications With Tsung

Test the Performance and Scalability of Your Web Applications With Tsung
The purpose of Tsung is to simulate users in order to test the scalability and performance of IP based client/server applications. You can use it to do load and stress testing of your servers.


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