A new year is upon us - and a lot is going on at Load Impact. We’ve just done this year’s first release for k6, with a lot of new fabulous features. For this version we’ve had contributions from 10 people outside of Load Impact, yay!
We know we’re super stoked about k6 and what’s coming ahead with our new k6 based cloud service. You as a registered user with our current cloud service, do not worry - we will have the current version of our cloud service available for a foreseeable future. On this service we offer a whole bunch of integrations and functions, that can make your life as a developer easier. Everything from API testing to automation with all of the well known CI platforms such as Jenkins, Circle CI, Teamcity etc. Check this article out, if you want to read up on some more around CI integrations.
Oh, and if you’re a customer and would like to join the early access program for the new k6 based product, we internally call it version 4 and introduction will start in the next few weeks, let us know by providing your email address in this simple form 👍
The first release of k6 2018 is already here, v0.19.0. Lots of goodies in this release on the march towards a v1.0:
You will find all the added functions and bug fixeshere
We have done a new release of our Chrome Extension to record Lua user scenarios. The releases fixes a few bugs that have been identified and reported:
We just want to highlight that Load Impact integrates nicely with Jenkins. To get started, try this sample of how to include our load testing in your Jenkins Pipeline setup. Go to guide
If you want to use Jenkins with k6, we have the guide here
We have the most dedicated one!
Have a burning question or comment for us? Please let us know! We are proud to offer support to all levels of users. The support team can be reached a few different ways:
Whether your question is about scripting, test configuration or analyzing results, we’d love to hear from you. Or maybe you just want to tell someone about something interesting you found during testing. We’d be happy to listen!
For k6 users, don’t forget that we have this awesome and active community in Slack!