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Performance Testing with JMeter and Blazemeter


In this course you'll learn how to be a performance testing rockstar! That's because the experts and PhDs behind Abstracta and BlazeMeter have partnered to share with you the best practices of performance testing.

The course is divided into 4 one-week long modules which should take you 5-10 hours to complete. Each week, you will be given different practical exercises using the tools that you submit to be reviewed by the instructors who give you feedback within a couple of days. This helps you to solidify and validate what you have learned. Students have up to two months to finish the course. It's recommended to have basic programming skills (variables, conditionals, loops)

Upon completion, you will receive a certification from Abstracta and BlazeMeter to display on your Linkedin and add to your resume.

Our students form a community of testers who can exchange information and ask each other as well as the instructors questions via Slack.

Not only do we help you learn the tools, but we also believe in guiding testers and providing the mentoring necessary for them to have successful careers! We form lasting relationships with our students and do everything we can to assist them in their journeys throughout the world of software QA.

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  • * Introduction to performance testing *
  • Module 1: Introduction to Performance Testing
  • What is performance testing about?
  • Welcome!
  • How will we work?
  • Forum - discussing through Slack!
  • Origin of the concept "load testing"
  • Factory Acceptance Testing of Pedestrian Bridge : 8-Ton Load Test
  • How could JMeter help us with performance testing?
  • Basic concepts of automation and load simulation
  • Fiddler: Download and installation
  • Task - Install Fiddler
  • Introduction to HTTP - Part I
  • Introduction to HTTP - Part II
  • Introduction to HTTP - Part III
  • Recreation: Playing with HTTP
  • Debugging with Fiddler
  • Task - Recording with Fiddler
  • First look at JMeter’s interface
  • Disclaimer - JMeter Version
  • Task - Install JMeter
  • Main building blocks
  • Recording a Script with JMeter
  • Task - Recording a Script with JMeter
  • Analyzing the Script
  • Summarizing Module 1 to continue
  • * JMeter Basics *
  • Module 2: JMeter Basics
  • Want a cookie?
  • HTTP Cookies - a different view
  • Http Cookie Manager
  • The importance of assertions
  • Assertions in JMeter
  • How do we select good assertions?
  • Task - Building a simple Script
  • Variables: basic concepts
  • User defined variables in JMeter
  • Introduction to Regular Expressions
  • Regular Expression Extractor
  • Variable correlation in JMeter
  • Task - Increased complexity
  • Summarizing Module 2 to continue
  • * JMeter Advanced *
  • Module 3: JMeter Advanced
  • Data parameterization
  • Data Parametrization and CSV files in JMeter
  • Task - Adding CSV Data Set Config element
  • Introduction to Controllers
  • Some important Controllers
  • Writing more realistic scripts - working with timers
  • What does a test scenario mean?
  • Advanced aspects of Test Scenarios
  • Threads, iterations and ramp up
  • Task - Configuring a test scenario
  • Baselines and increasing scenarios
  • Running a test scenario with JMeter
  • Task - Running a test scenario with JMeter
  • Summarizing Module 3 to continue
  • * Performance Testing from the Cloud *
  • Module 4: Performance Testing from the Clouds
  • Reviewing JMeter
  • About BlazeMeter
  • Creating and configuring a basic load test
  • Advanced configurations and multitests
  • Running a test and analyzing results
  • Recreation - Analyzing data (part 1)
  • Recreation - Analyzing data (part 2)
  • Recreation - Analyzing data (part 3)
  • Task - Running a Script with BlazeMeter muestra
  • * Closure *
  • Final Module: Course Closure
  • Student satisfaction survey
  • Closure
Reglas de finalización
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