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Last updated: Sep 23, 2022

Performance Tests

For every software we make, we look into its performance and its efficiency to provide us with results in the shortest possible time. Ready API provides such performance tests which in turn ensure that the API that we build is user efficient and worth the standards.
Setting up the Load Profiles in Ready API
This article will discuss Setting up the Load Profiles in Ready API and the available load profiles.
Load Testing Templates in Ready API
In this article, we will discuss various load testing templates in Ready API.
Author Rashi
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Create a New load test in Ready API - Templates and Manually
In this article, we will go through the two methods of creating a new load test in Ready API, i.e., by using templates and manually creating a new load test.
Author Rashi
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Creating a new Project as Load tests in Ready API
This article describes how to create a new project as Load tests in Ready API via API Definition, URL, or Existing Functional test.
Author Manshi
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Load Type, Users, and Test cases related to Performance tests in Ready API
This article describes different Functional Test cases related to Performance tests, Virtual Users(VUs), and Load type.
Author Manshi
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Targets in Ready API
In this blog, we will discuss how  to use targets in Ready API. We will understand its definition, how to add, change and modify them. Along with this we will also learn about target loops, how to create them, disable then delete them.
Warm-up, Durations, and running multiple tests in Ready API
In this blog, we discussed how to run multiple tests in Ready API, what are warm-ups and durations and how to use them. Then we discussed various scenarios- how to add them, copy and even delete them, and their limitations.
Load Schedulers and Test Assertions in Ready API
This article will discuss working with load schedulers and test assertions in the Ready API
Setup and Teardown Scripts for Performance Tests in Ready API
In this blog, we will learn about the script page and test in Ready API. We will learn about the scripting languages and objects in Ready API.
Steps to do server monitoring in ready API
In this blog, we will discuss how to create a server, rename it, how add more monitors, and check if the server or the monitor is connected or not, to monitor Server Performance During Runtime and Cloning Servers and Monitors.
Insight about your monitors in Ready API
In this blog, we will discuss different monitoring servers, their requirements, and frequently used metrics. Different servers include windows monitors, Unix monitors, Apache monitors, AppDynamics monitors, IIS monitors, MongoDB monitors, MSSQL monitors, MYSQL monitors, WildFly monitors, and Tomcat monitors.
UI Reference in Performance Test in Ready API
In this blog, you will learn about UI references in performance tests in Ready API
What is distributed load testing in performance tests in Ready API?
In this blog, we will discuss about what is distributed load testing and its performance tests in Ready API. We will also learn about creating it. Along with this we also study preparing, adding, switching to distributed networks, running tests and checking those tests results.
How to install and configure Load Test Agents in Ready API?
This article discusses how to install and configure the load test agents in ReadyAPI.
Load Testing on Cloud -  Creating custom Amazon machines in Ready API
This article tells about load testing on the cloud and creating amazon machines.
Using Amazon VPC to Run Load Tests and estimating the Cloud Test Price in Ready API
In this blog, we will discuss some basics of Amazon Web Services VPC, how to create a VPC, and also to verify it and run Load Tests in a VPC, estimate the Cloud Test Price, and also how ReadyAPI estimates the Test Price.
UI reference for distributed load tests in Ready API
This article talks about UI references for distributed load testing.
What is server monitoring in the Ready API?
This article talks about server monitoring in ReadyAPI.
UI reference for server monitoring in Ready API
This article talks about UI reference server monitoring in ReadyAPI.
Load Page and transaction log as a result in the performance tests in Ready API
In this blog, we will discuss the load page, transaction log, and configuration request logging. In configuring request logging, we will see logging failed transactions and configuring transaction logs. In the end, we will discuss script filtering in the transaction log.
Statistics of test results in Ready API
This blog explains the statistics of test results in Ready API. In detail, we will discuss the ready API, the statistics page, how to add and configure statistics groups, statistics references, and many more.
Author Aditi
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Comparing the rests and then exporting them in ready API - performance test results
This blog explains the details of comparing the rests along with the details of creating Load Test Printable Reports, creating Statistics Reports, and then exporting them in ready API - performance test results.
How to Automate the test runs in Ready API?
In this article, we will learn how to automate test runs in ready api, and learn about performance test runs with gui and with commands.
Author Rashi
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Best Practice for Performance Testing in Ready API MEDIUM
This article will discuss the best practices for performance testing in ready API such as maven, memory management, and refreshing access token.