The Java Message Service API offers a vendor-neutral approach to messaging in Java and J2EE environments. For both vendors developing JMS services and customers using those services, an understanding of the performance characteristics is a key feature of creating the best solution possible.
Performance Harness for Java Message Service is a flexible and modular Java package for performance testing of JMS scenarios and providers. It provides a complete set of JMS functionality, as well as many other features such as throttled operation (a fixed rate and/or number of messages), multiple destinations, live performance reporting, JNDI, and multiple vendor plug-ins. It is one of the many tools used by performance teams for WebSphere MQ, WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker, and WebSphere Business Integration Event Broker in order to conduct tests ranging from a single client to more than 10,000 clients.
This tool is also packaged with a plug-in for performance testing of the (non-JMS) “Java for WebSphere MQ” API.
Performance Harness for Java Message Service is designed to provide you with a means of testing JMS providers and scenarios.
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1. Ability to carry out varying tests without impacting the production environment.
2. Provides a plug-in based framework for new kinds of performance testing of new JMS services.
3. Other performance tests can be added to the tool
Performance Harness for Java Message Service Features:
– Performance Harness for JMS is a simple Java package that contains a framework for performance testing of JMS services.
– Integrates easily with other tools such as those mentioned above.
– Provides automated testing, monitoring, and reporting features.
– Provides host and client testing.
– Provides a means of integration with the JMS provider of interest (in our case, WebSphere MQ)
– Provides support for multiple providers
– Comprehensive test cases for performance testing of providers and many use cases.
– Live performance monitoring reporting.
– Ability to carry out performance testing of scenarios.
– JMS providers such as WMQ, CMQ,and SQLServer can be tested.
– Ability to test the JMS API at run-time.
– Ability to test messaging in JMS 1.0 and JMS 2.0.
– Built in support for throttling tests.
– Multiple destinations.
– Ability to produce performance metrics when using JMS.
– No need to setup several components.
– No need to setup additional client threads.
– No need to setup multiple management sites.
– Work with WebSphere MQ and WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker.
– Works with IBM WebSphere Business Integration Event Broker.
– Works with EJB 2.1
– Provides a complete set of JMS APIs
– Provides a set of easy to use test cases
– Supports JDBC, SMTP, and FTP
– Works with many different 3rd party tools
– Provides an easy to use API, even for novice users.
– Provides a set of simple steps.
This tool is designed to be able to be easily integrated with your existing infrastructure and should provide a well-rounded set of tools for performance testing.
Performance Harness for Hibernate Toolkit Description:
This tool is a built-in plug-in for the performance testing functionality in Performance Harness for Java Message Service. It provides the necessary components to test various Hibernate applications with JMS providers such as IBM WebSphere MQ and WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker.
Performance Harness for Hibernate Toolkit Features:
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– Create and manage JMS providers, producers, and consumers.
– Configure and test JMS providers and producer, and test and monitor consumers.
– Tests can be run from a JMS session in distributed mode.
– In distributed mode, each module can be executed in isolation and executed on a different machine.
– Run performance tests based on individual messages.
– Specify message size and QOS requirements.
– Run performance tests from a number of clients/servers/clients and servers (live testing).
– Test multiple messages from a producer, and check message size.
– Test multiple destinations (live testing).
– Test multiple producers.
– Modify settings on the fly (live testing).
– Use existing JMS providers.
– Test using MSDTC, user-defined JNDI bindings, MSMQ, ActiveMQ, WSO2, and IBM’s MQ.
– Make use of several JMS providers out-of-the-box.
– Test both single and distributed consumers.
– Distributed consumer can create distinct queues on different physical servers.
– Distributed consumers can split messages to be processed on different physical servers.
– Switch off parts of the distribution logic to perform “break-out” tests on your own data/messages.
– Use a number of different message formats.
– Configure and monitor using a web-based user interface.
– Generate a table of results (live or historical tests).
– Generate a GUI report (live tests).
– Automatically invoke a test once a day (or more).
– Automatically generate CSV/XML files on shutdown (stop/kill/close).
– Modify a test before its execution, which will trigger a generation of the test’s results.
– Analyse the produced test results.
– Select the time to wait for results, and automatic/manual generation of reports, and log.
– Automatically configure WSAD and JMS properties.
– Enable/disable individual properties such as JMS queues/topics, message limits, message sizes, or timeouts.
– Modify properties on the fly.
– Test using a number of different physical and virtual machines, in order to produce a more representative performance/resource profile.
– Run performance tests from a JMS client in distributed mode, to try to eliminate the bottleneck in the JMS provider.
– Use a test framework that is not
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This software package is designed to be used from a J2EE environment and consists of the following components:
* JMS providers – There are a number of free and commercial JMS providers available, most of which have their own test harnesses that are built in-house, but many do not. This tool provides a complete set of JMS functionality, thus allowing you to test almost any provider or scenario without having to write your own.
* Message Broker – The Message Broker Java API provides a simple way to create and implement a message broker. There are several message broker engines available for the Java Virtual Machine that you can use with Performance Harness for Java Message Service, including IBM WebSphere Message Broker, IBM WebSphere MQ, and Apache ActiveMQ, among others.
* Live performance reporting – The performance reporting plug-in for Performance Harness for Java Message Service provides the ability to send performance statistics from Performance Harness for Java Message Service through to the recipients.
* JNDI – Any component that needs to access messaging entities can use the JNDI API. With Performance Harness for Java Message Service you can test performance of JNDI scenarios.
* Plug-ins – Many JMS providers and providers that use the JMS API offer plug-ins that will modify the provider to behave in a way that is appropriate for your testing. These can be used to test non-JMS scenarios and the WebSphere MQ API.
Performance Harness for Java Message Service includes a Batch Producer and Consumer.
Batch Producer – A Batch Producer can be used to specify and send a batch of messages to a destination. Use of a Batch Producer allows you to change a number of messages and send them all at once. This can be used for large number of messages with a single network call.
Batch Consumer – A Batch Consumer can be used to specify and receive a batch of messages from a destination. Use of a Batch Consumer allows you to change a number of messages and receive them all at once. This can be used for large number of messages with a single network call.
The JMS API is a highly extensible but complicated API. To learn more about the API and how to use it, please see the Javadoc page.
JMS API for Performance Harness for Java Message Service is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or later.
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The most powerful testing tool for both vendors developing JMS services and customers using those services.
Prolific SDK (Software Development Kit) and plug-ins to support testing for both WebSphere MQ and the IBM(R) WebSphere(R) Business Integration Message Broker, as well as the IBM(R) WebSphere(R) Business Integration Event Broker.
Ease of use, including providing comprehensive information on what the key JMS features are and how they work, including providing examples and tutorials.
Built-in GUI/command-line tool to quickly and easily create test cases.
Default provider sample code for a WebSphere MQ API client or producer.
Default provider sample code for a WebSphere MQ API consumer or JMS provider.
Customization capability of the API including JNDI, visualizations, actions, throttles, and more.
Ability to customize your test cases: Includes adding your own JMS provider to the suite, as well as using your own JMS provider for testing.
Optional, built-in support for WebSphere Business Integration for creating JMS test cases.
The ability to test your entire JMS scenario, with and without attachments, with per-destination and per-session throttling.
Ability to test using a very large number of clients, such as up to 10,000 individual clients, in a scalable, customizable way, enabling you to test both synchronous and asynchronous operations.
The ability to test using a single JMS provider, as well as multiple providers.
Scalable performance test utilizing built-in throttling, including live monitoring of messages.
Scalable performance test utilizing built-in limitations, including per-session and per-destination throttles.
The ability to create JMS test case classes in your favorite language.
GUI-generated JDBC test case classes that can be run from Java.
The ability to test using a non-JMS provider, such as non-JMS components.
Use of the Performance Harness project type, built into the Eclipse IDE.
Plug-ins that allow for easy and flexible, additional testing of the Event Broker and the Business Integration package.
Ability to test using non-JMS providers such as JDBC, JMX, JDBC, etc.
Ability to test using offline messaging, such as a shared resource XML document and the ability to test using NoSQL data store with JSON data.
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