Kire Kokologos, Author at InterWorks

Testing Kafka with JMeter

In this article we will describe the steps of integration of JMeter with Kafka. Introduction: Apache Kafka is a distributed publish-subscribe streaming platform that is very similar to a message queue or enterprise messaging system. Kafka is designed for distributed high throughput systems and works well as a replacement of a traditional message broker. For […]

Integrating Xray with JMeter functional tests

This article describes an approach for importing results from JMeter functional tests in JIRA based test management tool – Xray by utilizing Jenkins CI platform. Introduction: Xray is a popular test management tool add-on for JIRA. Xray supports manual and automated tests and a complete testing lifecycle: test planning, test designing and test execution. Xray […]

Automated testing on Kobiton mobile test cloud using Appium

In this article we describe the steps needed for running Appium Java tests on Kobiton Test Cloud service and Jenkins configuration for automated test execution on Kobiton and collecting test results in Jenkins. Introduction Kobiton is a mobile cloud platform that enables users to perform manual or automated testing on physical iOS and Android devices. […]

Configure AWS Device Farm for running Java Appium mobile automated tests

Introduction   Device Farm is an app testing service that enables you to test and interact with your Android, iOS, and Web apps on real, physical phones and tablets that are hosted by Amazon Web Services (AWS). There are two main ways to use Device Farm: Automated testing of apps using a variety of available […]

Jenkins setup for executing Windows Forms automated tests

  Introduction   While configuring Jenkins for running web automated tests on both Windows and Linux installations is quite simple, configuring Jenkins for automated execution of Windows Forms automated tests requires additional configurations as well as “helper” jobs that will keep login session live, so tests can be scheduled and executed without any human intervention. […]