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Online Training Advance Jmeter : Performance Testing using Jmeter
JMeter is the most demanding open source performance and load testing automation tool.Jmeter support many protocols incluging Http, FTP, SMTP, Soap, REST etc.Aim of this course is tocover advance concepts of Jmeter & performance testing also covermany interview question which are asked in interviewsThis Advance course is mainly design for performance testing professionals, who already have basic knowledge of Jmeter, This course is mainly targeting following areasCorrelationSOAP / REST performance testingNew ways to record automation scriptsAnalyse graphWorking with logsBeanshell AdvanceHeader ManagerURLRewritingPick Data from Excel and DatabaseSave results in Excel formatWe also cover distributed testing using JmeterThis course is specially designed for PerformanceTesting professionals, This will take students from basic level to advance in decent pace videos.After going through the course you can easily measure performance of any REST & Web based application.
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