Hides the complexity of performance and functional tests with an automation-friendly convenience wrapper. Taurus relies on JMeter, Gatling, Locust.io, Grinder and Selenium WebDriver as its underlying tools. Free and open source under Apache 2.0 License.
Installation or Upgrade
Just install it using PyPi:
pip install bzt
More detailed instructions for Linux, Mac OS and Windows available here.
Create a file named
test.yml with following contents:
--- execution: - concurrency: 10 ramp-up: 1m hold-for: 1m30s scenario: simple scenarios: simple: think-time: 0.75 requests: - http://blazedemo.com/ - http://blazedemo.com/vacation.html
bzt test.yml. After the tool finishes, observe resulting summary stats in console log (more reporting options here). All artifact files from the run will be placed in the directory mentioned in console log. Read more on command-line tool usage here.