release 1 06 grpc parameters

Performance testing gRPC services

gRPC Cloud Enterprise gRPC is an open source framework for remote procedure calls. gRPC is used to build high-performance systems, high data loads, and develop real-time or streaming applications. In this release we added support for gRPC unary calls to PFLB Platform. Stay tuned for further gRPC support extensions. Start testing your application with the gRPC: Similar […]

release 1 05 sla group 3

UI improvements and new SLAs

User interface Cloud Enterprise In this release, the first part of the interface changes came out. The New Test, Running tests, All Tests, Projects and Trending pages have moved from the left column to the top menu so it is easier to find: We moved importing data, adding parameters and default settings are in […]

release 1 04 tutorial

Platform tutorial, names of test project versions

Platform tutorial Cloud The first time you sign in PFLB Platform, the platform tutorial opens. The tutorial will introduce you to the main features and show you how to create and run a test. To view the tutorial again, click Names of test project versions Cloud Enterprise Set convenient names of the test project versions: Documentation […]

release 1 03 service package

Count of remaining tests and JMX import improvements

Convenient configuration of Assertions Cloud The number of remaining tests is now displayed in the user’s profile. The quota depends on the service package: JMX import improvements Cloud Import of JMX scripts now works more stable. When an import error occurs, the list of script plugins that are not supported in PFLB Platform is now displayed.

release 1 01 setting sets

Settings sets is released

Settings sets Cloud Enterprise The settings sets allow you to run tests with different settings: Now you can quickly combine tests with different settings and you don’t have to create unnecessary projects. Creating sets There are several ways to create setting sets: Set features In the set of settings, you can: Add parameters. Rewrite a transaction URL. […]