Database Performance Testing with Apache JMeter

Database performance testing is used to identify performance issues before deploying database applications for end users.

Database load testing is used to test the database applications for performance, reliability, and scalability using varying user load. The load testing involves simulating real-life user load for the target database applications and is used to determine the behavior of the database applications when multiple users hit the applications simultaneously.

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Database Performance Testing with Apache JMeter

Protractor with Cucumber

Protractor, an end-to-end testing framework, supports Jasmine and is specifically built for AngularJS application. It is highly flexible with different Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) frameworks such as Cucumber. Cucumber, a BDD framework, is used for web applications for performing acceptance tests. It provides a higher-level view of testing process of the suite.

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Protractor with Cucumber

The Five Layers of Microservice Testing

Microservice architectures enforce clearer, more pronounced internal boundaries between the components of an entire system than monolithic applications typically do. This can be used to the advantage of testing strategies applied to microservices; more options for places and methods to test are available. Because the entirety of the application is composed of services with clear boundaries, it becomes much more evident which layers can be tested in isolation.

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The Five Layers of Microservice Testing

Protractor with Cucumber

Protractor, an end-to-end testing framework, supports Jasmine and is specifically built for AngularJS application. It is highly flexible with different Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) frameworks such as Cucumber. Cucumber, a BDD framework, is used for web applications for performing acceptance tests. It provides a higher-level view of testing process of the suite.

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Protractor with Cucumber

The Five Layers of Microservice Testing

Microservice architectures enforce clearer, more pronounced internal boundaries between the components of an entire system than monolithic applications typically do. This can be used to the advantage of testing strategies applied to microservices; more options for places and methods to test are available. Because the entirety of the application is composed of services with clear boundaries, it becomes much more evident which layers can be tested in isolation.

read more

The Five Layers of Microservice Testing

The Five Layers of Microservice Testing

The Five Layers of Microservice Testing

Microservice architectures enforce clearer, more pronounced internal boundaries between the components of an entire system than monolithic applications typically do. This can be used to the advantage of testing strategies applied to microservices; more options for places and methods to test are available. Because the entirety of the application is composed of services with clear boundaries, it becomes much more evident which layers can be tested in isolation.