Couple of lines of simple human-readable language that represents a (more or less) complete load scenario
--- execution: - concurrency: 10 ramp-up: 1m hold-for: 2m30s scenario: requests: - url: http://blazedemo.com method: GET
Let’s assume that the above YAML configuration is stored in example.yml file. In that case, you can invoke it as simple as: bzt example.yml Once you hit Enter, the Taurus engine will start the test execution, including: downloading the latest JMeter version (with the latest plugins) to the ~/.bzt/jmeter-taurus folder
1.preparing the JMeter .jmx script based on the example.yml provided 2.kicking off the actual JMeter test 3.displaying real-time statistics and basic ASCII-art graphs in the text console 4.printing a summary to the console upon the test’s completion 5.saving JMeter test results in format.
Problem 1: VS web test
Create a performance test with 10 users using VS testing tools.
Problem 2: Taurus
Create the same performance test with 10 users using Taurus.