What is Ngrinder?
It is a platform for stress tests that enables you to execute script creation, test execution, monitoring, and result report generator simultaneously. It offers easy ways to conduct stress tests by eliminating inconveniences and providing integrated environments.
Ngrinder is a tool in the Load and Performance Testing category of a tech stack.
Ngrinder is an open source tool with 1.8K GitHub stars and 464 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Ngrinder's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Ngrinder?
- Use Jython script to create test scenario and generate stress in JVM using multiple agents
- Extend tests with custom libraries(jar, py). It's unlimited practically
- Provide web-based interface for project management, monitoring, result management and report management
- Run multiple tests concurrently. Assign the pre-installed multiple agents to maximize each agent's utilization
- Deploy agents on multiple network regions. Execute tests on various network locations
- Embed Subversion to manage scripts
- Allow to monitor the state of agents generating stress and target machines receiving stress
- Proven solution which is used to test huge systems having more than 100 million users in NHN
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