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    Performance Tool to use

    Hello All,

    I am starting to evaluate Performance/Load testing tools. Below are this the environment. the application is basically a "faceless app" meaning there is not a web frontend only web services. So what I would ideally like to do is create transactions in xml and send via http/https to the web services mimicking live data. I would like to create a realistic load on the system so distributed testing is almost crucial but the data should be different for each transaction that I am passing, meaning it can't be create one xml and use that across all systems. The code path is different depending on the txn type so I would have to be able to paramitize/randomize the data being sent. This is also a full linux/java env so the testing application would have to support a linux (Red Hat). Sorry if I posted this in the wrong area, please let me know if it should of been somewhere else and I can move it to that forum.

    Red Hat
    Web Services

    Thank you,


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    Re: Performance Tool to use

    check out JMeter and Grinder.. they are pure Java so should run on Linux.

    If you can use Windows boxes as load generators, check out OpenSTA.
    Corey Goldberg
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