Hey! I’m NaveenKumar.
I’m a performance engineer.
I break stuffs.
And I know nothing. ;)
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“Professional performance test engineer NaveenKumar Namachivayam took Civo Kubernetes out for a spin in his guide (and video) to deploy and run JMeter tests in Kubernetes. The guide runs through everything you need from starting your cluster and deploying JMeter to it, running your test suites and eventually viewing the results.”
“Namachivayam found that the InfluxDB-Grafana integration is simple and straightforward, and that running both in Docker containers is even easier. This integration helps him to monitor performance data in real time and also take the necessary steps while the test is running.”
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“Quality of a software relies on testing often and involving testers very early in the design and development life cycle. Deploy a risk management practice to identify, assess, prioritize, measure, and mitigate. Once the product goes live, listen to customer feedback for a consistent improvement”.
“I have a joke about LoadRunner, but my think time is too high”
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