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Apache JMeter

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Claimed by Apache Software Foundation Analyzed about 1 month ago

Apache JMeter may be used to test performance both on static and dynamic resources, Web dynamic applications. It simulates a heavy load on server. Its features include: - Ability to load/performance test many different applications/server/protocol type, Web - HTTP, HTTPS (Java, NodeJS, PHP ... [More] , ASP.NET, …), Database, FTP, JMS, Mail, TCP, Java -Full featured Test IDE that allows fast Test Plan recording (from Browsers or native applications), building and debugging. -CLI mode to load test from any Java compatible OS -A complete and ready to present dynamic HTML report -Easy correlation and ability to extract data from most popular response formats -Complete portability - Full multi-threading framework - Highly Extensible core - Easy Continuous Integration (Maven, Graddle and Jenkins) [Less]

368K lines of code

10 current contributors

about 1 month since last commit

157 users on Open Hub

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4.08
   
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The Grinder

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  Analyzed 27 days ago

The Grinder is a load testing framework that makes it easy to run a distributed test using many load injector machines. Test scripts are written in Jython, and can call out to arbitrary Java code, providing support for testing a large range of network protocols. The Grinder comes with a mature ... [More] plug-in for testing HTTP services, HTTP scripts can be recorded easily from a browser session. [Less]

99.2K lines of code

0 current contributors

about 2 years since last commit

49 users on Open Hub

Inactive
4.0
   
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WebLOAD

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  Analyzed 27 days ago

WebLOAD is an open source tool for load testing, stress testing and performance testing that is sponsored by RadView. It can load-test any Internet application, including applications that use Web 2.0 & AJAX. This project is based on twelve years of code development invested in the previously ... [More] proprietary WebLOAD, the award winning commercial performance testing solution for internet applications from Radview Software . WebLOAD is a great starting point for this project, with a community of more than 1,600 customers and a track record established on the merits of its robust functionality, efficient architecture, extensibility, support, quality and its ease of use. Join the WebLOAD community at webload.org [Less]

281K lines of code

0 current contributors

almost 10 years since last commit

7 users on Open Hub

Inactive
5.0
 
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Inquisitor

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  Analyzed 28 days ago

Inquisitor is an open-source hardware testing and certification platform, suitable for both enterprise and home use, customizable, modular and available in both serverless Live CD/DVD format and server-controlled network boot production system.

45.1K lines of code

0 current contributors

about 4 years since last commit

4 users on Open Hub

Inactive
5.0
 
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Pylot

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Pylot is a free open source tool for testing performance and scalability of web services. It runs HTTP load tests, which are useful for capacity planning, benchmarking, analysis, and system tuning. Pylot generates concurrent load (HTTP Requests), verifies server responses, and produces reports ... [More] with metrics. Tests suites are executed and monitored from a GUI. [Less]

1.56K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 7 years since last commit

3 users on Open Hub

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3.0
   
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mtex

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

MTEX is a MATLAB Toolbox for Quantitative Texture Analysis Features include: * Crystallographic geometry * ODF modelling * ODF analysis * Pole figure analysis * Pole figure to ODF inversion * EBSD data analysis * Grain detection * ODF estimation from EBSD data * Material ... [More] tensors * Elasticity tensors * High quality plots * Batch processing of many data sets * Extensive doumentation * multiple Platforms: Windows, Mac OSX, Linux * Requirements: MATLAB 7.1 or higher [Less]

125K lines of code

3 current contributors

about 1 year since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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effogpled

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  Analyzed almost 3 years ago

Effo Home | Core | Add-ons | NetMsg | Framework | Reports What's NewSee Download Effo GPLed part of this page for following new item(s) details: 1. Effo GPLed Milestone (Latest v0.1b6) - gpled.tar.bz2 2. Effo GPLed Framework Samples (Latest v0.1b6) - gpled_framework.samples.tar.bz2 3. Effo ... [More] Mem86, the Effo Memory Test utility (Demo only, Latest v0.1.4b6) - effomem86.tar.bz2 4. Effo Design - Memory Test from Linux User Space (Latest Rev 0.5) - EffoDesign_MemTest.pdf 5. Effo GPLed References (Latest Rev 0.9) - EffoGPLedRef.pdf Effo Home | Core | Add-ons | NetMsg | Framework | Reports About Effo GPLed ProjectThe Effo GPLed Project is independent of the Effo Project. This project provides GPL Licensed Open Source software, such as add-ons for the Effo Project, Effo Memory Test utilities (effomem86 etc.), some specific drivers for Linux kernel, and so on. Please visit Effo Project (e.g., Google "Effo Project") to learn more. As mentioned Effo GPLed is a framework, exactly it's a sub-framework of the Effo Framework. For example, effomem86 was developed upon this Effo GPLed framework. Please see Effo GPLed License for the license details. Effo Home | Core | Add-ons | NetMsg | Framework | Reports Download Effo GPLedDownload Now Please note maybe you need to clear cached files of your browser (e.g. Firefox or IE) so you can download the correct file as expected. 1. Effo GPLed Milestone (Latest v0.1b6) File - gpled.tar.bz2 Notes - Download it and put it on a Linux, then use "tar jxvf" to decompress and unpack. See the Effo GPLed references for the detailed guide. 2. Effo GPLed Framework Samples (Latest v0.1b6) File - gpled_framework.samples.tar.bz2 Notes - Download it and put it on a Linux, then use "tar jxvf" to decompress and unpack. See the Effo GPLed references for the detailed guide. 3. Effo Mem86, the Effo Memory Test utility (Demo only, Latest v0.1.4b6) File - effomem86.tar.bz2 Notes - Download it and put it on a Linux, then use "tar jxvf" to decompress and unpack. See the Effo GPLed references for the detailed guide. The Effo Mem86 (effomem86) could test system memory from Linux user space, and it supports both x86 (if x86 Linux installed) and x86_64 (if x86_64 Linux installed) or compatible platforms (e.g. Intel or AMD); it also supports multi-processor and/or multi-core processor by driving every CPU/core to perform the testing simultaneously. See Effo Design - Memory Test from Linux User Space document to learn more about Effo Memory Test. See Effo GPLed References for other information. 4. Effo Design - Memory Test from Linux User Space (Latest Rev 0.5) File - EffoDesign_MemTest.pdf Notes - How to design a memory test utility which runs from Linux user space and it could be run on both x86 and x86_64 or compatible platforms. 5. Effo GPLed References (Latest Rev 0.9) File - EffoGPLedRef.pdf Notes - The reference document of the Effo GPLed Framework. Effo Home | Core | Add-ons | NetMsg | Framework | Reports Stable Code BaselineSource code on SVN::trunk will be updated day-to-day, so if you need newest code, please get it from SVN::trunk, and maybe it cannot be compiled or has big bugs. While stable code will be tagged onto SVN::tags from the SVN::trunk after testing. When building up together with the code from other Effo member project(s) (e.g. Effo Core), you'd better refer to the Effo Code Baseline, so please read the baseline ID put on SVN::trunk/code_baseline. Whenever a new developer join the project, we'll make a source branch for the new member on SVN::branches. The reviewed code will be commited onto the SVN::trunk. For some special versions of the source code we'd also make the branches on SVN::branches. Please pay attention to the Effo Code Baseline to make the life easy. Effo Home | Core | Add-ons | NetMsg | Framework | Reports Support, Helps and SuggestionsContact Effo by mail staff(dot)effo(at)gmail(dot)com Effo Home | Core | Add-ons | NetMsg | Framework | Reports Help WantedLinux and Memory Experts: The Effo GPLed project (a member project of the Effo Project) is planning to design and develop the Linux C/C++ API & utility which will be used to interpret a Linux memory address into a specific physical memory address (Where is the physical address? Such as on which IMC channel, which DIMM of the channel and which rank of the DIMM?). This will be a part of the Effo Mem86, the x86/x86_64 memory tester running from Linux user space. So if you have well-experienced one or more of Linux memory, dual/triple-channel IMC, memory interleaving and address encode/decode, please consider to join us. The final works will be source open under GPL, just as the effomem86. No pay, no so many processor/IMC datasheets from vendor. This is an extreme challenge. If you are willing to be among the top experts of the latest technology of hi-end x86/x86_64 processors and Linux memory, join us now. If you don't know what does multi-channel IMC or memory interleaving mean, please just ignore this wanted. We finished the Intel Nehalem/5500x/Core i7 family related works already (about Oct 20, 2009) such as translating system address to NodeID/ChannelID/DIMM/Rank, or showing interleaved system addresses maps of a DIMM, and so on, based on Intel datasheets which you could download from Intel, e.g. http://download.intel.com/design/processor/datashts/320835.pdf : Intel Xeon Processor 5500 Series Datasheet, doc 321321/321322; Intel Core i7 Processor Extreme Edition and Intel Core i7 Processor Datasheet, doc 320834/320835. We'll work on AMD latest platforms later. Any suggestions and comments please contact: The Effo Staff, Email: staff dot effo at gmail dot com The Effo Project web home: http://effo.sourceforge.net The Effo GPLed project site: http://effogpled.googlecode.com Experts of AMD multi-core architecture(S/W oriented) are preferred Effo Home | Core | Add-ons | NetMsg | Framework | Reports See AlsoEffo@SourceFroge or Effo@Google Effo Core, the Core of Effo, MIT license Effo Addon, Add-ons for Effo, MIT license Effo Devel, the Effo Framework, or Effo Development Platform, MIT license Effo NetMsg, Network & Messaging, MIT license [Less]

39.9K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 4 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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0.0
 
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curl-loader

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  Analyzed 28 days ago

An open-source tool written in C-language, simulating application load and application behavior of thousands and tens of thousand HTTP/HTTPS and FTP/FTPS clients, each with its own source IP-address.

114K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 5 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

Inactive
3.0
   
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locust.io

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  Analyzed 27 days ago

Scalable user load testing tool written in Python

4.44K lines of code

18 current contributors

4 months since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

Moderate Activity
0.0
 
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pylt

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Pylot (Python Load Tester) - Web Performance ToolPylot Home PagePylot is a tool for testing the performance and scalability of web services. It runs HTTP load tests, which are useful for capacity planning, benchmarking, analysis, and system tuning. Pylot generates concurrent load (HTTP Requests) ... [More] , verifies server responses, and produces reports with metrics. Tests suites are executed and monitored from a GUI. Components: Pylot Engine and CLI: Python 2.5+ Pylot GUI (optional): wxPythton Pylot Results Graphing (optional): Matplotlib Current Features: HTTP and HTTPS (SSL) support multi-threaded load generator automatic cookie handling response verification with regular expressions execution/monitoring console real-time stats results reports with graphs custom timers GUI mode shell/console modes cross-platform Author/Maintainer: Corey Goldberg - http://www.goldb.org [Less]

1.61K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 7 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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