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We are delighted to announce that Gatling 1.12.0 and Gatling 3.4.0 are out!

What’s new in Gatling FrontLine 1.12.0?

New pools Features

Pools of load injectors in Gatling FrontLine are preconfigured instances where the load injectors will be deployed when your run starts. It can be either on-premises instances or instances deployed via your favorite cloud provider account.


  • Spot instances support

Google Compute Engine

  • Built-in certified images
  • Preemptible instances support
  • Image and Instance type support
  • Injector static IP support
  • Service accounts support

New OpenID Connect Integration

FrontLine can now integrate with your favorite OIDC provider such as Azure Active Directory or Okta.

If you wish to evaluate Gatling FrontLine, feel free to apply there:
Evaluation request

What’s new in Gatling 3.4.0?

The key new features are:

  • official Gradle support with the new gatling-gradle-plugin
  • new sequential scenarios
  • TLSv1.3 is now enabled by default

For many years, Gradle users had to rely on the great third party plugin created by Laszlo Kishalmi and maintained those last years by Ievgenii Shepeliuk. They contributed their work upstream, so Gatling now officially supports Gradle!
For existing users, beware that the plugin is now io.gatling.gradle and that the default project layout has changed to src/gatling/scala.

If you wish to start using Gatling in it open-source version, feel free to download it there:


Please check out the full release note for all the new features and bug fixes shipped in these releases.

Full release note

We are looking forward to getting your feedback!

The Gatling team

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