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Project Summary

Gatling is a stress tool. Development is currently focusing on HTTP support.
- Fed up with fancy GUI that generate huge unreadable XML scenarios, what you want is scripts and a user friendly DSL?
- Fed up with having to host a farm of injecting servers because your tool use blocking IO and one-thread-per-user architecture?

Gatling is built upon :
- Async Http Client and Netty for non blocking HTTP
- Akka for actions (requests, pauses, assertions, etc...) modeling and orchestration
- Scala interpreter for scripting ...

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java javascript load loadtest load-testing performance performancemeasurement performance-testing scala testing web

In a Nutshell, Gatling...

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Project Security

Vulnerabilities per Version ( last 10 releases )

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Scala
60%
Java
35%
9 Other
5%

30 Day Summary

Sep 3 2022 — Oct 3 2022

12 Month Summary

Oct 3 2021 — Oct 3 2022
  • 545 Commits
    Up + 83 (17%) from previous 12 months
  • 23 Contributors
    Up + 4 (21%) from previous 12 months