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Gatling Vs Jmeter

Soumya Nayak
Hi Team,

I came across a link about Gatling Vs JMeter .

https://dzone.com/articles/gatling-vs-jmeter

From the above link I could see some of the advantages of Gatling over JMeter with respect to memory and CPU usage.

So anybody having more details can help me out this to create a line of difference to plan for the specific tool usage better.

Regards,
Soumya


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Re: Gatling Vs Jmeter

AdrianS
Hi,

While I'm not necessarily happy with the methodology used for comparison,
the point remains that there aren't significant differences when it comes
to the technical capabilities. So, in the end, it should come down to the
implementation team's preferences. Are they going to feel more comfortable
scripting in scala when the scenarios get more complex? Or do they prefer
using the GUI of JMeter?

Implementing scenarios would be simpler in JMeter in my view, but it would
be easier to maintain scripts over time if they were coded (in any
language).

-A



On Tue, Feb 4, 2020 at 7:14 AM Soumya Nayak <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi Team,
>
> I came across a link about Gatling Vs JMeter .
>
> https://dzone.com/articles/gatling-vs-jmeter
>
> From the above link I could see some of the advantages of Gatling over
> JMeter with respect to memory and CPU usage.
>
> So anybody having more details can help me out this to create a line of
> difference to plan for the specific tool usage better.
>
> Regards,
> Soumya
>
>
>
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Re: Gatling Vs Jmeter

Prateek Dua
Agreed with Adrain. We too did POC of gatling but considering the points
mentioned by Adrian ( scripting in scala when the scenarios get more
complex) , We moved to Jmeter.

Thanks,
Prateek

On Tue, Feb 4, 2020 at 2:22 PM Adrian Speteanu <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> While I'm not necessarily happy with the methodology used for comparison,
> the point remains that there aren't significant differences when it comes
> to the technical capabilities. So, in the end, it should come down to the
> implementation team's preferences. Are they going to feel more comfortable
> scripting in scala when the scenarios get more complex? Or do they prefer
> using the GUI of JMeter?
>
> Implementing scenarios would be simpler in JMeter in my view, but it would
> be easier to maintain scripts over time if they were coded (in any
> language).
>
> -A
>
>
>
> On Tue, Feb 4, 2020 at 7:14 AM Soumya Nayak <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> > Hi Team,
> >
> > I came across a link about Gatling Vs JMeter .
> >
> > https://dzone.com/articles/gatling-vs-jmeter
> >
> > From the above link I could see some of the advantages of Gatling over
> > JMeter with respect to memory and CPU usage.
> >
> > So anybody having more details can help me out this to create a line of
> > difference to plan for the specific tool usage better.
> >
> > Regards,
> > Soumya
> >
> >
> >
> >
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RE: Gatling Vs Jmeter

Rushabh Doshi-2
I completely agree with Adrain. I have been using JMeter since ages and Gatling too based on my requirement I switches in between of two. In my opinion, JMeter is far better than the Gatling. Based on my experience, gatling community is neither a quick nor vibrant.

Thanks,
Rushabh

-----Original Message-----
From: Prateek Dua <[hidden email]>
Sent: 04 February 2020 14:30
To: JMeter Users List <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: Gatling Vs Jmeter

Agreed with Adrain. We too did POC of gatling but considering the points mentioned by Adrian ( scripting in scala when the scenarios get more
complex) , We moved to Jmeter.

Thanks,
Prateek

On Tue, Feb 4, 2020 at 2:22 PM Adrian Speteanu <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> While I'm not necessarily happy with the methodology used for
> comparison, the point remains that there aren't significant
> differences when it comes to the technical capabilities. So, in the
> end, it should come down to the implementation team's preferences. Are
> they going to feel more comfortable scripting in scala when the
> scenarios get more complex? Or do they prefer using the GUI of JMeter?
>
> Implementing scenarios would be simpler in JMeter in my view, but it
> would be easier to maintain scripts over time if they were coded (in
> any language).
>
> -A
>
>
>
> On Tue, Feb 4, 2020 at 7:14 AM Soumya Nayak <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> > Hi Team,
> >
> > I came across a link about Gatling Vs JMeter .
> >
> > https://dzone.com/articles/gatling-vs-jmeter
> >
> > From the above link I could see some of the advantages of Gatling
> > over JMeter with respect to memory and CPU usage.
> >
> > So anybody having more details can help me out this to create a line
> > of difference to plan for the specific tool usage better.
> >
> > Regards,
> > Soumya
> >
> >
> >
> >
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Re: Gatling Vs Jmeter

glinius@live.com
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There is no "golden bullet" solution

On one hand Gatling is more VCS-friendly, on another JMeter is easier to
learn and use.

On one hand Gatling provides full power of Scala, on another JMeter supports
more  protocols
<https://jmeter.apache.org/usermanual/component_reference.html#samplers>
and has more  plugins <https://jmeter-plugins.org/>  comparing to  Gatling
<https://gatling.io/docs/current/extensions>  

The main disadvantage of Gatling is that it  doesn't really scale
<https://gatling.io/docs/current/cookbook/scaling_out#scaling-out-with-gatling-open-source>  
and JMeter had  distributed mode
<https://www.blazemeter.com/blog/how-to-perform-distributed-testing-in-jmeter/>  
easy to configure and use for ages .



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