Kraken - The Load Testing IDE
Kraken is a load testing IDE based on Gatling.
As such, Kraken provides a complete development environment to software programmers and load testers that seek to make the most out of Gatling:
- A code editor to create and update .scala Gatling simulations with autocomplete suggestions and code snippets,
- Simulations debugging and comparison with HAR imports,
- Load tests analysis with aggregated data in InfluxDb displayed in comprehensive reports generated with Grafana,
- Multi-hosts load injection using a Kubernetes cluster.
Support and Community
- Gatling - Getting Started with Simulation Scripts
- Gatling - Simulation Scripts Parameterization
- Gatling - Loops, Conditions and Pauses
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Source code structure
The source code of Kraken is divided in several folders:
backend: this folder contains a Gradle multi-modules project that build all Java backends of Kraken,
deployment: private Git sub-module used to create and deploy all Docker containers,
development: contains shell scripts and docker-compose configuration to start the InfluxDb/Grafana stack in dev mode,
documentation: private Git sub-module that builds Kraken's documentation,
frontend: this folder contains an Angular project with several libraries and two applications: administration and gatling.
- Requires the make command
sudo apt-get install build-essential
- Requires docker
- Requires docker compose
- Requires the JDK 11
Run the application from the source code
To run Kraken from the source code, execute one of the following commands from the root folder of the repository:
make launch-dockerto run the Docker version,
make launch-k8sto run the Kubernetes version.
Open the Makefile to know in detail what each of these tasks does.
Tests and bug finders
./test-coverage-allto generate test coverage for the complete project,
make test APP=<library-or-app>to run tests for a single module (for example
make test APP=commons),
make lintto run TSLint on the whole project.
make checkto run all unit tests and SpotBugs,
make test APP=<module-path>to run unit test for a single sub-module (for example
make test APP=:commons:docker-client).
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Kraken is an open core product: