Kubernetes Distributed Performance Testing using Locustby@asadfaizi
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Kubernetes Distributed Performance Testing using Locust

by Asad Faizi7mSeptember 3rd, 2021
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The Guestbook application is configured to use both the Redis master and slave to write and read requests. This is a frontend application for the GuestBook application. We will use Locust to test microservices running in a Kubernetes cluster. The tool comes with a web interface to configure and run the predefined tests with multiple configurations. To be able to achieve this goal, we need to implement the following items: Define the test cases (locust files) and build Docker images for Locust workers.

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