Release Notes: This release comes with a new monitoring plugin system. You can define your own monitor agent or use existing third-party agents like Munin or Nagios. HTTP HEAD, OPTIONS, and any other methods are now handled, which means that WebDAV is supported.
Release Notes: This major release adds new reporting features. To follow performance evolution over time, FunkLoad provides a trend report with 3D charts. Editing reports and producing professional PDF is now easy with the new emacs Org-mode output. The sources have been migrated to github and the FunkLoad site and documentation have been refactored. This version also comes with a few bug fixes.
Release Notes: This version comes with a new distributed mode that enables you to spread the bench runner over a group of worker machines. FunkLoad now supports PUT/DELETE methods. The documentation has been reviewed. Many fixes were made.
Release Notes: This release adds Apdex (Application Performance inDEX) to the bench report. The Apdex is a numerical measure of user satisfaction that converts many measurements into one number on a uniform scale of 0-to-1 (0 = no users satisfied, 1 = all users satisfied).
Release Notes: The report builder is now able to merge result files to produce a report for distributed bench. Miscellaneous speed improvements have been made.
Release Notes: This release brings HTTPS with SSL/TLS support, a new debugging option, and many fixes. The proxy recorder and the report charts now work under Windows.
Release Notes: The installation is now straightforward for Debian Lenny or Ubuntu 8.10. FunkLoad now support zc.buildout and comes with two configurations. More options were added to ease the usage in continuous integration, and few minor fixes were made.
Release Notes: The bench report charts has been enhanced using gnuplot 4.2, which makes FunkLoad easy to install on Red Hat or Mac OS. A new differential report is provided to be able to compare two bench reports. The proxy recorder and test runner now handle any kind of post content-type (like application/xml). A new demo for JBoss Seam Booking application provided.
Release Notes: Recorder and test take care of JSF MyFaces tokens, which makes FunkLoad ready to record/play Nuxeo EP or any JBoss Seam application. There is CherryPy support and a few bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes some HTTP encoding and reporting bugs, it also brings support for Python 2.5.