A few months ago, we released our Enterprise Version Gatling Enterprise in AWS Marketplace. Today, we publish new offers.

If you are already a Gatling user and you want to run your Gatling simulations in AWS cloud with our advanced features, here is our first tutorial: How to run Gatling Enterprise within a few clicks!

Note: you prefer to learn by watching? Go to our video tutorial about AWS simulations!

1st step: Choose your Gatling Enterprise offer

  1. Access AWS Marketplace Gatling page with your AWS account.
  2. Then, choose the best offer for you:

You are now in the page of the offer you chose. You will find a description of Gatling Enterprise and also links to our documentation.

Step 2: Subscribe to Gatling Enterprise

  1. Click the button at the top of your screen “Continue to subscribe”
  2. In the next page, click “Accept terms”
  3. Wait a few seconds
  4. At the top of your screen, the button “Continue to Configuration” will be activated. Click it!

Step 3: Configure Gatling Enterprise

  1. In the configuration page, change the region, if needed
  2. Then, click “Continue to Launch”
  3. In the next page, choose the following action: “Launch from Website”
  4. For the security groups settings, click “Create New Based On Seller Settings”, name it “enterprise-server” and type the following description: “Enterprise Server”
  5. Click “Launch”

In the configuration page, you can also limit the access to your instance, and also create a SSH Key Pair to access your instance.

Step 4: Access your Gatling Enterprise instance

  1. Access your AWS Console
  2. Copy the IP address of your instance
  3. Open a new tab and paste it to access it (you may wait a few moments before your instance is up and running)
  4. In Gatling FrontLine, click “Next”
  5. Read the instructions about your login and password
  6. Click “Next”
  7. Enter your login and password

You are now in Gatling Enterprise! Use your Gatling simulations and enjoy our advanced features!

Go to the part 2, if you want to know what you need to do to run your existing Gatling simulations with Gatling FrontLine.

Looking forward to getting your feedback!

The Gatling Team

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