Learn to load-test your website, test its functional behaviour, and measure its performance by implementing the features of JMeter. The ideal readers or users of this book are experienced or novice testers who have been testing manually and now would like to automate their tests. Those testers who are already automating their testing using other tools or testing software may also want to use this book as they look for alternatives. This book would also be a good point for test Managers/Leaders to start doing research on the test automation tool that may best suit their testing needs and of course, their budget. JMeter's target audience is the testing community, which is generally not the hangout of developers or technical people. Almost anything one would like to do in HTTP testing will be supported by JMeter without requiring any programming. The user need not have much technical knowledge to work with JMeter. It has a simple-to-use and intuitive drag-and-drop style GUI that helps any non-technical user to get started.
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Since graduating in 1998, from California State University in Computer Science, Emily H. Halili has taken numerous roles in the IT/Software industry—namely as Software Engineer, Network Engineer, Lecturer, and Trainer. Currently a QA Engineer in CEO Consultancy-Malaysia with great passion for testing, she has two years of experience in software testing and managing QA activities. She is an experienced manual tester and has practical knowledge of various open-source automation tools and framework, including JMeter, Selenium, JProfiler, Badboy, Sahi, Watij and many more.
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