Monitor your website using JMeter

When you hear the term “watchdog,” what does that conjure up in your mind? Something meant to guard, protect, or notify? Something that barks, snarls, or yells? Something with alarms, sirens, or blow horns? Depending on the context, your mind’s eye image may be spot on with those descriptions, but in this case, let’s get a bit more technical with a different kind of watchdog: JMeter.
In this tutorial, we introduce you to Apache JMeter, “a 100% pure Java application designed to load test functional behavior and measure performance.” Learn how to easily configure JMeter to monitor an application for various events so that you can identity problems quickly and fix them before they affect your end users.
Keeping web sites readily available and healthy is a challenge. Using the DevOps practice of continuous integration begs the complimentary use of test automation to ensure code deliverable quality. Using JMeter in the testing

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