Apache JMeter for Mac
Apache JMeter is a portable Mac OS X application that runs on the Java platform and enables you to quickly test and analyze the performance of your web applications, together with their resources. Note that Apache JMeter is able to handle both dynamic and static resources.
Effortless to deploy analysis tool for your web apps that can simulate different load types
If the Java runtime is already installed on your Mac, all you have to do to is launch the ApacheJMeter.Jar file. Within the app’s main window you will be able to create a test plan, to configure different elements, to setup timers, to run the simulations, and then to analyze the results.
By using Apache JMeter you can simulate a heavy load on a server or group of servers, and you can compare the performance of your projects under different load types. Keep in mind that, even though Apache JMeter might look like a browser, the app does not render the content of HTML pages, but measures the response of various resources.
Analyze the performance of web apps on servers that use different protocols
Apache JMeter is capable to run performance tests on different types of servers that employ various protocols, such as HTTP, HTTPS, SOAP, FTP, LDAP, JDBC, JMS, SMTP, POP, IMAP, MongoDB, TCP, native commands, or shell scripts.
The utility is also able to perform sampling for more than one function at the same time, for separate threat groups: this is made possible by the multithreading framework. What’s more, you can extend its capabilities by using plug-ins or scriptable samplers.
Powerful yet easy to use testing and analysis tools for web apps
Apache JMeter proposes unsophisticated yet versatile solutions for analyzing the performance of your web apps under different conditions. The app offers support for multiple protocols and enables you run concurrent sampling for multiple threads.