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Introducing JMeter - 1st JMeter Training video

This is the first JMeter training video.  You can watch watch all  JMeter training video sessions online. This session covers -

    Introduction to JMeter

    What can you test with JMeter

    Download JMeter and start JMeter

    Elements of a JMeter test plan - 
       Test Plan
       Thread Group
       Sample and Logical Controller 
               HTTP Request Sampler
               Once only controller, Interleve Controller 
       Config Elements - CSV Data Set Config, HTTP Request   Default,                                                        
       HTTP Cookie  Manager
       Listeners

JMeter Training Video can be watched online. If you have any question then please post it in comment section here in

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  1. Hi , it was a nice Jmeter intial session, please explain us a little bit more about HTTP request like implementation ( HTTP 3.1, 4, java) and IP spoofing

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  2. Stay tuned, there are more JMeter training videos coming :)
    You may also like to bookmark this page for upcoming JMeter training videos -
    http://www.seleniumtests.com/p/performance-testing-videos.html

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