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Subject [Jmeter Wiki] Trivial Update of "JMeterServices" by danielasztulwark
Date Tue, 19 Jun 2012 10:10:09 GMT
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The "JMeterServices" page has been changed by danielasztulwark:

  '''''[[|JMeter in the Cloud]]'''''
- a performance & load-testing platform available as a service over the Internet. It allows
you to create and execute test scripts in the cloud using the popular [[|JMeter]]
tool.  This service enables the running of load tests (consisting of thousands of concurrent
virtual users) with no setup requirements.  All of the included software and hardware comes
pre-configured.  The user is able to access and control the [[|JMeter]]
console from their own PC while all of the testing resources run from the cloud.  The actual
load will originate from numerous locations around the world (US, EU, and Asia). '''''[[|JMeter
in the Cloud]]''''' is able to generate a variety of rich graphical reports in real-time so
you can analyze and pinpoint network trouble spots.
+ '''''[[ | JMeter Cloud Testing]]''''' - BlazeMeter
is a 100% JMeter-compatible, self-service load testing cloud. Instantly generate massive stress
tests with comprehensive reporting and analysis tools. An enterprise grade, out-of-the-box
JMeter environment with unlimited load testing capacity, comprehensive, interactive real-time
reporting and sophisticated result analysis and recommendations. Build a dedicated, virtual
load testing lab in the cloud in a matter of minutes, requiring only a browser with a choice
of 7 multi-geo locations, including California, Virginia, Oregon, Tokyo, Ireland, Singapore
and Sao Paulo.

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