Java developers undertake a lot of effort to build unit and functional tests while they build software services and applications. PushToTest is the open-source SOA governance and test automation platform that turns unit and functional tests into scalability and performance tests. The new PushToTest Release 5 runtime adds support for JSR 223 dynamic scripting languages so unit tests may be written in Java, Jython, Groovy, JRuby, Rhino and many other languages. In this session Frank Cohen, founder of PushToTest, demonstrates creating a unit test and operating it as a scalability test in a distributed environment of test machines.
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