Distributed load testing framework - Java, Jython, or Clojure scripts.
The Grinder is a load testing framework that makes it easy to run a distributed test using many load injector machines. Test scripts are written in Jython, and can call out to arbitrary Java code, providing support for testing a large range of network protocols. The Grinder comes with a mature plug-in for testing HTTP services, HTTP scripts can be recorded easily from a browser session.
A protocol agnostic application layer denial of service attack.
PyLoris is a scriptable tool for testing a server's vulnerability to connection exhaustion denial of service (DoS) attacks. PyLoris can utilize SOCKS proxies and SSL connections, and can target protocols such as HTTP, FTP, SMTP, IMAP, and Telnet.
Supports Java/Swing, JavaFX applications for GUI Testing
Marathon runs GUI Testing against Java/Swing and Java/FX applications. Marathon provides an integrated environment for test script creation and execution. Currently, Marathon supports JRuby script models for recording the test scripts.Marathon test runner generates Allure test reports.Marathon allows for grouping of test cases.It also has an option of inserting modules while recording(in MarathonITE while recording). It allows tester to inset checklist while recording and also takes screen capture and annotate it in playing the test cases. Extraction of code into modules and inserting it is very easy using marathon.It has different themes of UI which attracts tester to do work on it. Object mapping is quite simple and configuring is very easy for tester to understand and do the work. Debugging of test scripts is also easy and has script console which takes selenium commands. Slow play of test cases is also available.It allows to create multiple fixtures for different types of tests.
Enterprise level performance test platform on The Grinder
nGrinder is a platform for stress tests that enables you to create test scripts, execute tests, monitor servers, and generate results simultaneously on the power of The Grinder. The open-source nGrinder offers easy ways to conduct stress tests by eliminating inconveniences and providing integrated environments. Our company NHN uses nGrinder to test several projects. Some have more than 100 million users.
Generate charts and reports using data gathered in log files
An application to gather, aggregate, chart and report information originating from any log files. It uses regular expressions that are constructed graphically and can be tested in the application against samples. Once configured for a specific type of log file set, the gathering and display of the chart for a new files set can be done in just one click. Contains a sample template to handle few log types: Java GC log, OpenDS access log, Apache access log
Generate random values and insert them in the database. Great to test a new software or to generate meaningful dummy data. Written in PHP and uses MySQL as a DBMS.
Library of Approximate Adders
We provide MATLAB and Verilog Models of GeAr, and previously proposed adders (ACA-I, ETAII, ACA-II and GDA) at http://sourceforge.net/projects/approxadderlib/ GeAr is a low latency Generic Accuracy Configurable Adder that provides a higher number of potential configurations compared to state-of-the-art approximate adders, thus enabling a high degree of flexibility and trade-off between performance and output quality. These MATALB and Verilog models can allow software programmer as well as hardware designers to evaluate their code and design. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first open-source library of approximate adders that facilitates reproducible comparisons and further research and development in this direction across various layers of design abstraction. This work is a result of collaborative effort between Chair for Embedded Systems (CES) at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany and Vision Image and Signal Processing (VISpro) Lab at SEECS-NUST, Pakistan.
C++ Benchmarking Library
This project is now maintained at GitHub: https://github.com/DigitalInBlue/Celero Celero is a cross-platform open source C++ benchmarking library. Written with an API similar to Google Test, Celero utilizes C++11 features, offers tested benchmarking capabilities with microsecond precision, baselining, fixtures, and easy test setup. Use the baseline feature to measure/benchmark algorithm performance against a known case to more accurately rate performance of solutions.
Java5 distributed JUnit with mobile agents.
JDistUnit is a test framework for distributed unit testing with Java (think "JUnit on multiple computers at once"), useful for load and stress testing. Features hot deployment of test cases to the remote test servers.
Software Monitoring Framework
Kieker is a framework for continuous monitoring and dynamic analysis of distributed software systems. Being designed for continuous operation, it induces only a low overhead. The TraceAnalysis tool allows to analyze and visualize trace information.
A small testing framework for PHP.
A small testing framework for PHP based off some of .net's nUnit contracts. It uses a static assertion class rather than protects/public methods on an extended class.
Library tools to collect timing in Java, C, C++
A collection of library code and tools for application execution profiling and performance testing. You can create stopwatches to time select portions of your code. You can measure differences (often to sub-millisecond accuracy) between clocks on different machines. You can log application events in a .csv format for subsequent analysis. You can also generate CPU loading logs in a .csv format.
An open-source desktop application for load/performance testing a web site. It has a very simple UI to configure the load test. The future plan includes transaction support, record, playback and support for load injector agents.
The string concatenation test bench is a java application for performance testing of the various ways to concatenate strings.