Simulate 150 Cloud User Activities Using Open Source Tools

Great post, looking forward to see what Eucalyptus does and also some handy load test tools (I have only used WebLoad in the past)

Kyo Lee

For the 3.2 release in this December, Eucalyptus is coming out with an intuitive, easy-to-use cloud user console, which aims to support the on-premise dev/test cloud adoption among IT organizations and enterprises.


This easy-to-use Eucalyptus User Console is consisted of two main components: a browser-side javascript application, written in JQuery, and a proxy server that utilizes Python Boto to relay requests to Eucalyptus Cloud, which is written in Python Tornado, an open source version of the scalable, non-blocking web server developed by Facebook.

The target scale for the initial version of the user console is set to handle 150 simultaneous user activities under a single user console proxy.

Now, the challenge is how to simulate these 150 users to ensure that the user consoles and the proxy are able to withstand the workload of 150 active cloud users; more importantly how to ensure that such workload is not jeopardizing the…

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