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From "Lloyd, Oliver" <oliver.ll...@newsint.co.uk>
Subject Re: How to handle JMeter/CI results stored in a database?
Date Sat, 30 Apr 2011 12:19:26 GMT
I figured that you had some sort of custom reporting. And you're right, it
is very much an option that we will create our own reporting layer - there
are loads of talented people sat around me who could do this in their sleep
- it may even work well as a POC for some of the new technologies we are
looking at.

But before starting off on that road I am interested in what third-party
reporting solutions are available.

In general, this has always been a gaping hole in performance testing, every
major tool I have used lacks this ability to report effectively over
multiple test runs - lots of sexy deep analysis of that test I just ran, but
try trending over three, four or just two runs and things get really messy.
This was the main reason we moved open-source for CI, we don't need deep
diagnostics and automatically generated word reports, we need key
benchmarking results dynamically published on a webpage, viewed on iPads and
shown on a big screen at the end of the office for everyone to see. Or
something like that.

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