Monthly Archives: February 2013

Neo4j and Gatling sitting in a tree, Performance T-E-S-T-ing


I was introduced to the open-source performance testing tool Gatling a few months ago by Dustin Barnes and fell in love with it. It has an easy to use DSL, and even though I don’t know a lick of Scala, I was able to figure out how to use it. It creates pretty awesome graphics and takes care of a lot of work for you behind the scenes. They have great documentation and a pretty active google group where newbies and questions are welcomed.

It ships with Scala, so all you need to do is create your tests and use a command line to execute it. I’ll show you how to do a few basic things, like test that you have everything working, then we’ll create nodes and relationships, and then query those nodes.
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