Cloud App. Design: Create a Flexible Automated Web-UI Testing Tool using Selenium

Posted: December 5, 2012 in Open source CMS

Kyo Lee

In this article, I will go over the technical details on how in Eucalyptus, we used Selenium to simulate a large number of cloud user workload in order to ensure the quality of user experience in the new Eucalyptus user console.

As covered in my previous blog, Eucalyptus is coming out with a new user console, that is browser-based and intuitive to use, thus playing a key role in promoting the cloud adoption among IT organizations and enterprises.ย  But, the challenge was to ensure that this brand-new user console would be ready for handling the real-world workload when released out in the wild. The answer to this challenge was to simulate the activities of 150 cloud users using Selenium, an open source tool for automating web application testing.

How to Automate an Online User

The first step was to download Selenium IDE for Firefox. Selenium IDE is aโ€ฆ

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