As of SOASTA 57.04 (limited availability) and SOASTA 57.09, CloudTest is capable of running JMeter Tests.
Below, you will find information on:
After you finish creating your JMeter test, it will be listed when you click the Central tab.
The steps outlined in the section above also apply to this method of creating JMeter tests. The only differences are the testing locations and JMeter preferences dialog windows, both of which are described below.
The All Providers (set to this by default) dropdown menu allows you to filter by Cloud Provider Accounts. Use the Add Other Locations dropdown menu to choose locations that don't have defined coordinates and can't be plotted on the map.
By default, Any Location is selected in the location map. To select a location, click the ring next to a location name (will become highlighted). If there are multiple clouds in one location, coordinate details will appear.
When you select a location, it will appear in the location table. You can specify the Server Type for a location in the table. The default server type is General, while other available types are Load and Dedicated Load. If you choose Dedicated Load server type, the column for Copy Count becomes enabled, and you can specify an integer.
Three different tabs atop the Edit JMeter Test dialog allow you to quickly switch between seed data, property mapping, and plugin settings.
When editing JMeter tests, you can Import Seed Data, or use existing data.
When editing JMeter tests, you can specify extraction and column location with Property Mapping.
When editing JMeter tests, you can Import Plugins, or use existing plugins.
Open your JMeter Test in the Composition Editor and click the Properties tab. Click on the appropriate Thread Group Name to edit preferences.
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