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Perform Load Tests on an API Server using Apache jmeter

Perform Load Tests on an API Server using Apache jmeter

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The last step before deploying your new API server into production is to load test it. Load testing allows you to better understand the performance characteristics as well as forecast load and capacity. Fortunately, load testing is incredibly easy and I'll show you exactly how to create a load test plan, test the response from the API server to ensure it is responding correctly, and scale your test up to simulate as many users as needed.
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egghead.io

The last step before deploying your new API server into production is to load test it. Load testing allows you to better understand the performance characteristics as well as forecast load and capacity. Fortunately, load testing is incredibly easy and I'll show you exactly how to create a load test plan, test the response from the API server to ensure it is responding correctly, and scale your test up to simulate as many users as needed.

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Ihor

Thanks for a such detailed explanation! :)

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Will

Right on! Glad you enjoyed!

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Vadim

Nice lessons, thank you. How did you open Node stdout interface in the end of this video?

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Will

Thanks!
It's nodejs-dashboard from Formidable Labs: https://github.com/FormidableLabs/nodejs-dashboard
I recorded a couple of lessons on how to use it:
- Installation
- Using the Event Loop Delay
- Identifying Memory Leaks using nodejs-dashboard <-- Just published!

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