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General tools question - wrt to open source testing

Ameesh Shah
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Joined: Mar 13, 2012
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Hi;

I am new to this forum. I primarly work on testing open source technologies like Fuse , Servicemix,ESB's and wanted to know what tools are being used in the industry to test open source products in general for both functional & performance testing. Currently we do have automated CI testing but we do a lot of manual testing too so wanted to know if there is any tools (besides soap ui , jmeter etc) to test this stuff

Ameesh

andrew ennamorato
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Joined: Oct 03, 2007
Posts: 100
If what you are doing is ESB & SOAP-ish stuff, then you're probably on the right track (SoapUI, JMeter, etc). Maybe something like Apache Camel or some other workflow engine could be used to "script" tests that hit various services and cause data to flow through the products you mentioned?

If you're generating web pages/apps or RESTful services, there's lots of neat capabilities in things like Selenium/Geb, Jasmine, PhantomJS, etc. So maybe those are worth looking at, depending on what you need to test.
 
 
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