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.NET Unit Testing addon that helps you run load/stress tests (beta version)

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Sorry for the advertisement but I think this is something that people could
actually use.

I am creating a new product called Simple Load Testing and I thought I would
see if anyone would be interested in giving it a try in it's beta stage.
Keep in mind that it is still in the beta stages so there will be bugs - but
so far it seems to be stable in the testing that I have done. There are no
licenses or limitations in the beta version so use it as you see fit. All
that I ask is that you give me some feedback in order to make it better in
the future.

The main goal of Simple Load Testing is to help developers create Unit Tests
that actually perform Load/Stress tests against the servers they are
developing applications for. You can create virtual users in any .NET
programming language you like and then execute a load/stress test from
inside your own Test Cases using a simple Virtual User Manager class.

Some of the key features include:
- Unlimited number of Timers that can be used to measure response/execution
- Unlimited number of virtual users can be ran
- Add/Remove users on the fly
- Built in average of all Timers so you can see how the simulated users are
- Works with any .NET Unit Testing framework (or at least it should)

If you are interested in trying it out you can download it from (direct link is listed below also).

The zip file contains only 2 files and is about 40k in size. Just add a
reference to the DLL from inside your project and you are ready to use it.

Direct link:

If you have any questions/comments/suggestions/etc please take a look at the
forums that are located on our site.

Chuck Cox - chuckcox (at) chuckssoftware (dot) com

Nov 17 '05 #1
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