Performance Testing With JMeter 2.9

Front Cover
Packt Publishing Ltd, 2013 M01 1 - 148 pages
Performance Testing With JMeter 2.9 is a standard tutorial that will help you polish your fundamentals, guide you through various advanced topics, and along the process help you learn new tools and skills.This book is for developers, quality assurance engineers, testers, and test managers new to Apache JMeter, or those who are looking to get a good grounding in how to effectively use and become proficient with it. No prior testing experience is required.

What people are saying - Write a review

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

I have written a review in my blog :
These are highlighted points.
Advantages of this book :
1. Most of the testing comes with examples and detail description. So, it gives clear idea and useful information before start practicing and implementing.
2. Very good explanations on side technology that are used( i.e. - Regular Expression , JSON etc)
3. Very useful explanation on advance topics like session, cookie, URL rewrite.
4. Spatial chapter on server monitoring (profMon) and distributed testing which are very helpful & necessary for industry standard testing.
5. The packaging of the books is very good. I got a hard copy of the book.
Some Disadvantages:
1. I admit, the book could have more image to explain. I guess, author want to keep book more thin and cheap.
2. The book could add some more detail chapters on how to get useful reports. As we know, jmeter used to provide raw results (unlike load runner), we have to process the results in to report manually. Some example with ideas regarding reporting would have been very useful.
3. The books still looks a bit technical not from be beginning but in later on. So, if we run through chapter without practicing, it might be little complex.


Performance Testing Fundamentals
Installing Java
Tracking errors during test execution
Anatomy of a JMeter test
The Regular Expression tester
The Constant throughput timer
A Dummy sampler

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2013)

Bayo Erinle is a senior software engineer with over nine years' experience in designing, developing, testing, and architecting software.He has worked in various spectrums of the IT field, including government, fi nance, and health care.As a result, he has been involved in the planning, development, implementation, integration, and testing of numerous applications, including multi-tiered, standalone, distributed, and cloud-based applications. He is always intrigued by new technology and enjoys learning new things.He currently resides in Maryland, US, and when he is not hacking away at some new technology, he enjoys spending time with his wife Nimota and their three children, Mayowa, Durotimi, and Fisay

Bibliographic information