Artillery is a modern, powerful, easy-to-use load-testing toolkit. Artillery has a strong focus on developer happiness & ease of use, and a batteries-included philosophy. Our goal is to help developers build faster, more resilient and more scalable applications.
- Mulitple protocols: Load-test HTTP, WebSocket and Socket.io applications
- Scenarios: Support for complex scenarios to test multi-step interactions in your API or web app (great for ecommerce, transactional APIs, game servers etc)
- Performance metrics: get detailed performance metrics (latency, requests per second, concurrency, throughput)
- Scriptable: write custom logic in JS using any
statsdsupport out of the box for real-time reporting (integrate with Datadog, Librato, InfluxDB etc)
- Extensible: custom reporting plugins, custom protocol engines etc
- and more! HTML reports, nice CLI, parameterization with CSV files
- Source: https://github.com/shoreditch-ops/artillery
- Issues: https://github.com/shoreditch-ops/artillery/issues
- Chat: https://gitter.im/shoreditch-ops/artillery
- Docs: https://artillery.io/docs/
- Website: https://artillery.io
- Twitter: @ShoreditchOps
- Enterprise: Run distributed tests from the cloud, integrate with CI/CD easily, and add support for enterprise features such as SOAP testing and extra authentication methods (SSL client auth, NTLM) with Artillery Pro.
- For training, custom integrations, and performance consulting services see our professional services page.
- Peak traffic testing - ensure your e-commerce backend, IoT service or web API can handle max traffic
- Pre-launch load testing - for new websites, mobile app backends, web APIs etc
- Continuous performance testing for new microservices as they are being built
- Preventing performance regressions - stop performance regressions due to new code or config changes before they are shipped to users
- Help profile & debug common issues such as extensive GC pauses, memory leaks, improperly configured resource pools etc
There's a lot of fun to be had with a good load generator like Artillery.
Are you using Artillery to ship faster, more resilient and more scalable systems? Add your team to the Artillery users list on the wiki.
Artillery is open-source software distributed under the terms of the MPLv2 license.