Cloud JMeter Load Testing at Scale

1. How to run a new load test:

  1. Choose from multiple world cloud locations
  2. Set the number of virtual users (threads), duration, ramp up time and ramp up steps that your JMeter test will use
  3. Upload your JMeter test script (.jmx) file and click Execute.
New JMeter Load Test Configuration from LoadFocus
New JMeter Load Test Configuration

2. Overview: Dashboard with Live Results and Charts

All metrics in one place with the new Overview Dashboard.

JMeter Load Test Results Dashboard
JMeter Load Test Results Dashboard with Full Performance Metrics

Virtual Users over Response Time Chart

Virtual Users (threads) over Response Time Chart
Virtual Users (threads) over Response Time Chart — 1 second granularity

Hits per second and Errors

Virtual Users (threads) over Hits/s & Errors Chart
Virtual Users (threads) over Hits/s & Errors Chart — 1 second granularity

3. Full PDF Reports

Download your test results easily using our Print option, so you can easily share the full results of your load tests with your team and peers.

Full Performance Metrics Reports
Full Performance Metrics Reports

4. Dynamic Performance Metrics Charts

With our customizable performance metrics charts, it’s simple to add or remove metrics on the chart and understand better the behaviour of the application under test.

Performance Metrics Charts from LoadFocus
Performance Metrics Charts from LoadFocus

5. Apache JMeter Log Files

The original uploaded JMeter (.jmx) file and the JTL results file along with the JMeter.log file are available to download to your environment.

Apache JMeter Load Test Log Files
Apache JMeter Load Test Log Files to View/Download

--

--

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store