Gatling 3: Pebble templating

A template engine is a way to include some logic in your document/JSON, by putting keywords which will be interpreted and replaced when the simulation is launched. Expression Language templating Before Gatling 3, there was only one way to use dynamic variables inside a request body, the Expression Language (also named EL). Expression Language supports[…]

Gatling 3: A Zoom on the new HTTP Client

We recently released release candidates for Gatling 3: we wrote a blog post about all the new features, read it here! If you missed them, you will find posts about the support of closed workload model and new feeders features. Today, we will talk about our new HTTP Client for Gatling 3! Parting Ways with[…]

Gatling FrontLine is now available on AWS Marketplace!

Gatling FrontLine, Gatling’s official Enterprise Version, is now available on Amazon Web Services Marketplace: Try it now! Until today, Gatling FrontLine was only available on-premises. Now, AWS customers can benefit from our Enterprise Version Gatling FrontLine on a hourly basis. How to use it? Gatling FrontLine is not another load testing tool. It is built on[…]

The Art Of Destroying Your Web App With Gatling (to make it more resilient)

This is the English version of a blog post we wrote in French for D2SI: http://blog.d2-si.fr/2018/03/05/gatling-test-performance/   Warning: Gatling could harm your application, use it with caution! But don’t worry! This article is a short introduction to Performance Testing with Gatling: You will learn the basics of performance testing and how to start using Gatling.[…]