Product Update

PRODUCT UPDATE - NO.1 2018

A new year is upon us - and a lot is going on at Load Impact. We’ve just done this year’s first release for k6, with a lot of new fabulous features. For this version we’ve had contributions from 10 people outside of Load Impact, yay!

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Video: Load Testing on Loadimpact.com vs k6, using Jenkins

Check out this video recording, where we cover the basics of load testing and how to build an automation pipeline using Jenkins executing tests on LoadImpact.com. In the end we'll take a peak view on our next major platform upgrade, built on top of our open source load testing tool - k6

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Load Testing with Load Impact using Jenkins

Load Impact integrates nicely with Jenkins, a leading continuous delivery and integration automation platform. Using our robust and extensible APIs you can integrate Load Impact’s world-leading performance testing platform into your automated Jenkins pipeline build and test process. 

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Webinar: Load testing in the open source tool k6 vs Load Impact's Lua, using Jenkins

Join our webinar where we'll cover the basics of load testing and how to build an automation pipeline using Jenkins executing tests on LoadImpact.com. In the end we will also take a peak view on our next major platform upgrade, built on top of our open source load testing tool - k6

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How to Automate Load Testing

Most developers are extremely familiar with automated testing as part of their CI/CD pipelines. Continuous improvement and continuous delivery integrate unit testing as a matter of course.

But there’s another type of testing you *should* be doing, but most developers aren’t. Since we’re load testing experts, we’re sure you’ve already guessed our recommendation: add load testing to your automation pipelines.

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Load Testing using Jenkins and k6

For all you Jenkins users out there, here's a guide on how to integrate k6 in your Jenkins Pipline setup. 

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Performance Testing Vs. Performance Tuning

Performance testing is often mistaken for performance tuning. The two are related, but they are certainly not the same thing. To see what these differences are, let’s look at a quick analogy.

Most governments mandate that you bring your vehicles to the workshop for an inspection once a year. This is to ensure that your car meets the minimum safety standards that have been set to ensure it is safe for road use.

A website performance test can be likened to a yearly inspection — It ensures that your website isn’t performing terribly and should perform reasonably well under most circumstances.

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Fast Track Continuous Integration Efforts Today

Development teams and pretty much everyone else in IT is aware of Continuous Integration (CI). This is really where the journey to Continuous Delivery and a full-blown DevOps organization begin.

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5 Ways to Better Leverage a DevOps Mindset in Your Organization

The last few years have given rise to the "DevOps" methodology within many organizations both large and small. While definitions vary somewhat, it boils down to this: breaking down silos between developers and operations.

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Write Scalable Code - use Jenkins to Automate your Load Testing

Starting today, we're accepting applications for early access to our new Load Impact Continuous Delivery service, which for the first time allows developers of websites, apps and APIs to make performance testing an integrated part of their continuous delivery process.

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