Elements of JMeter

Below figure represents most widely used components of JMeter called as elements:


Studying all of the JMeter Components will be confusing so I am covering only the most important JMeter elements:
  1. Thread Group
  2. Samplers
  3. Configuration
  4. Listeners

Thread Group

Event By ThoughtWorks : Beyond Automation - Continuous Integration : Gurgaon

This is just to inform you about the upcoming event on Beyond Automation - Continuous Integration. This event is being organised by ThoughtWorks on Saturday 06 Dec, 2014 09:00 AM at:

ThoughtWorks Technologies (India) Pvt Ltd. 

6th Floor, 
Tower Building No. 14
DLF Cyber City Phase III
Gurgaon-122002, Haryana

Beyond Automation - Continuous Integration’ will be an interactive workshop which aims to challenge your skill set to a level beyond automation. Continuous delivery has become the mantra in the agile world to get the automation test results feedback at the earliest in a short span of time. When there are frequent code pushes in a distributed or non-distributed team, it becomes important to have your set of tests with each build as every time doing it manually is a difficult task.

The topics covered will be appropriate for testers with basic knowledge of selenium. Also do bring your own Windows machines having Java and Selenium setup.

For registration, do visit below link:

If you face any issue, you can contact me by completing the Contact Us form.

JMeter Tutorial : Introduction to JMeter

This is just an introduction to JMeter. Below are some points covered in this video:

- How to install and configure JMeter?
- Why JMeter and Features of JMeter
- History of JMeter
- Parameters of JMeter
- Introduction to Sampler, Threads, Listeners, Controllers, Timer, Pre-Processor, Post-Processor, Test Plan, Work Bench etc

Continuous Integration Tool : Jenkins + Selenium + TestNG

A complete tutorial for Continuous Integration Tool : Jenkins

What is Continuous Integration?

“Continuous Integration is a software development practice where members of a team integrate their work frequently, usually each person integrates at least daily - leading to multiple integrations per day. Each integration is verified by an automated build (including test) to detect integration
errors as quickly as possible” – Martin Fowler

CI - Workflow

CI - Benefits

  • — Immediate bug detection
  •  No integration step in the lifecycle
  •  A deployable system at any given point
  • — Record of evolution of the project


About Jenkins

  • Branched from Hudson
  • —Java based Continuous Build System
  • Runs in servlet container
  • Glassfish, Tomcat
  • Supported by over 400 plugins
    • SCM, Testing, Notifications, Reporting, Artifact Saving, Triggers, External Integration
  • Under development since 2005
  • http://jenkins-ci.org/

Jenkins - History

  • 2005 - Hudson was first release by Kohsuke Kawaguchi of Sun Microsystems
  • 2010 – Oracle bought Sun Microsystems
    • Due to a naming dispute, Hudson was renamed to Jenkins
    • Oracle continued development of Hudson (as a branch of the original)

What can Jenkins do?

  • Generate test reports
  • —Integrate with many different Version Control Systems
  • Push to various artifact repositories
  • Deploys directly to production or test environments
  • Notify stakeholders of build status 
  • …and much more

Step By Step : Process to Install and Configure Jenkins With your Script.

1) Download Jenkins by clicking here:

2) Keep the downloaded Jenkins.war file where your project is placed. For Example:

3) Open Command Prompt and go to the project path. Like:

4) After going to that path, write java -jar jenkins.war and press Enter.