Our new kubectl-artillery plugin helps developers and testers boostrap Artillery testing on Kubernetes.
See Artillery Probe in action in the video below. This video walks through:
- Sending HTTP requests
- Checking request performance waterfalls
- Pretty-printing and querying JSON responses
- Sending POST requests with JSON payloads
To install Artillery Probe, grab the latest version of Artillery from
npm install -g artillery@latest
Happy testing! 🛰
Introducing Artillery Probe
Say hello to
artillery probe, a Swiss army knife for testing HTTP. A smart and user-friendly HTTP client for the
terminal which shows request performance waterfalls, and lets you set up expectations/checks on responses for
quick-n-easy automated testing.
Think of it as
curl with better UX for common use-cases, and a couple of extra powers.
State can get very messy in a distributed environment like Kubernetes.
In simple environments, state machines are very adequate to define and track state. You quickly get to understand if your computation is misbehaving, and report progress to users or other programs.
As an SRE, you’d like to be helpful. But, you have SLOs to monitor and a long list of apps to look after. Self-service to the rescue!