Adding a load testing step to your Continuous Delivery process is vital for making sure that your application or site can handle the expected load it will receive once out in the real world. Apica LoadTest integrates with the major Continuous Delivery services.
AWS CodePipeline automates the application build, test, and release process, allowing for fast and reliable application updates. Automating this process allows a developer to test each code change efficiently and effectively, while ensuring the quality of their code.
AWS CodePipeline users can schedule and run automated load tests from the CodePipeline dashboard, thus streamlining the testing process.
Users may run load tests as an action in TeamCity, and then follow the performance of every release through TeamCity. The plugin initiates and monitors a load test from start to finish, after which it presents actionable results and statistics. The TeamCity plugin supports triggers based on load test values (e.g. Trigger Build Failed if Failure Rate > 10%).
The Apica LoadTest plugin for Jenkins integrates continuous deployment testing directly into Jenkins, making it possible to run automatic load tests in the form of a build runner. The plugin initiates and monitors a load test from start to finish, after which it presents actionable results and statistics.
A user can start the build runner just as he or she would start any other runner in Jenkins. After a test is completed, metrics are displayed in both a summary format and a trends chart for better review of a series of tests.
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