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How to Improve Performance Testing Using InfluxDB and Apache JMeter
Webinar Date: 2020-07-30 08:00:00 (Pacific Time)
Apache JMeter is a useful way to run performance tests across different servers. In order to monitor these results, SAP chose to integrate JMeter with InfluxDB, their time series database, to collect and store the temporary transactions. They use Grafana to visualize real-time performance metrics. What happens if your database goes down – for any reason? It could be because of too many JMeter threads trying to access the database or because Grafana is trying to access too many cores of transactions during a performance test. Discover how SAP improves their performance monitoring team’s productivity.
In this webinar, Subhodeep Ganguly will cover:
- SAP’s approach to recovering transactions due to database failure
- How JMeter execution threads will store the data in a temporary flat/CSV file compatible with InfluxDB
- Their ability to reduce recovery times and to improve automatic performance testing
- Usage of influx-replay tool as a plugin or compact jar file during the execution of an end-to-end performance test
Senior Developer - Performance Engineering, SAP
Working with SAP and having sound knowledge in implementation of Automation Methodologies, Framework Design And Framework customization using different types of Design Patterns. Worked on Development of in-house end-to-end performance testing framework using Java 1.8 and involving all ELK and TIG stack tools and JMeter as Load Testing tool. Involved in performing Feasibility Analysis, Test Estimation, ROI Calculation, Test Strategy Development, Test Execution for different types of web-based applications. Very Good working knowledge of Automation Tools like HP QTP(UFT), Selenium, Robot Framework, HP LoadRunner / JMeter as performance test tools and HP ALM.