Legacy tools can take a long time to set up & maintain, and have limited, expensive licensing that is locked down to hardware, so testing is limited. They also require highly-specialized teams to perform all scripting and execution.
Over the last few years, there has been a sharp rise of open source alternatives to Micro Focus LoadRunner and other legacy performance tools, such as Apache JMeter™, Selenium, and Taurus.
In this Agile age, developers are looking to use easy-to-adopt tools that allow them to test from the IDE and CLI , allow reusing of scripts, and don’t restrict on licensing - all which save time, maintenance and costs.
Join us for an in-depth session and demo on how to get more testing done earlier by shifting left with open-source tools.