A couple of gatling examples using random data to generate a feed for consistant tests

I’m fairly new to Gatling, but with a little help I put something together that may be of use to other newbies.

I am testing the performance of a rest api end call by generating random ids, pulling data from the random ids, pulling results, saving those results with a count into a feed file, and then feeding that file to a more consistant test (to make parameter/hardware changes).

Blog post => http://maxdemarzi.com/2013/03/25/permission-resolution-with-neo4j-part-3/

Code = > https://github.com/maxdemarzi/neo_permissions/tree/master/performance/src/test/resources/simulations

Any suggestions on how to do this better is appreciated.

Hi Max,

Looks pretty cool!
I’ll be very busy until next week because of Devoxx in Paris, so I’ll review it as soon as I can.

Thanks a lot for sharing this.