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How to Run JMeter Tests for 500k Users & Analyze Log Data Results

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How to Run JMeter Tests for 500k Users & Analyze Log Data Results

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SignalFx is the only real-time cloud monitoring platform for infrastructure, microservices, and applications. The platform collects metrics and traces across every component in your cloud environment, replacing traditional point tools with a single integrated solution that works across the stack.

Logentries recently co-hosted a webinar with BlazeMeter on advanced JMeter testing for 500,000+ users. The webinar had almost 1,000 registrants, and focused on helping  users understand what’s happening on their systems during load testing; identify any warnings or exceptions being thrown; and how to use log data to analyze performance under this load level.

In this webinar, Logentries co-founder Trevor Parsons and BlazeMeter DevOps Team Leader Refael Botbol covered how to:

  • Scale on a Single Server
  • Scale on Multi-Server
  • Collect and Analyze System Logs
  • Identify and Visualize Errors and Issues During Testing

If you missed the webinar, check it out below. And, let us know if you have questions or comments.

SignalFx is built on a massively scalable streaming architecture that applies advanced predictive analytics for real-time problem detection. With its NoSample™ distributed tracing capabilities, SignalFx reliably monitors all transactions across microservices, accurately identifying all anomalies. And through data-science-powered directed troubleshooting SignalFx guides the operator to find the root cause of issues in seconds.

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