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Jmeter - A performance testing open source tool with huge online support. Jmeter is evolving from day to day and it has occupied almost 40 percent of the market share. Jmeter is developed in Java and has a lot of advantages when compare with any other performance testing tools.

We can use Jmeter for different types of Testing. 
Performance Testing (Mainly), Load Testing, Volume Testing, Stress Testing, Functional Testing and Regression Testing.

Some of the advantages of Jmeter are:

  • Jmeter has many features firstly unlimited virtual users that we can simulate.
  • Open source tool with large online community.
  • We can integrate Jmeter with selenium and we can run selenium functional testing scripts with Jmeter.
  • We can integrate different Jmeter plugins with Jmeter according to our requirement and we can also develop plugins in Java for Jmeter.
  • Jmeter supports multiple protocols Web (HTTP/HTML), JDBC, FTP, JMS and LDAP.

How to install Jmeter in Your PC:

Installing of Jmeter is very simple. Before installing of Jmeter you need to install JVM 6 or higher. You can download the latest jdk from this link 

You can download Jmeter binaries from the following website in the .zip format and extract in any of the folder and go to the bin folder and click on the icon with name "ApacheJmeter" which is an executable jar file as shown in the following image.


Once you click on the obove Icon the Jmeter application will be launched as shown in the following image.

Jmeter has many options we cannot learn all these options at one go. As you work on this tool you will learn them slowly. We will discuss some of the main options and you can explore additional options by yourself.

Here I am listing all the options that Jmeter has

Test Plan 

Threads (Users)
Thread Group
Setup Thread Group
Teardown Thread Group

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