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Gatling vs GitLab Pages: What are the differences?

Gatling: open-source load testing framework based on Scala, Akka and Netty. Gatling is a highly capable load testing tool. It is designed for ease of use, maintainability and high performance Out of the box, Gatling comes with excellent support of the HTTP protocol that makes it a tool of choice for load testing any HTTP server. As the core engine is actually protocol agnostic, it is perfectly possible to implement support for other protocols. For example, Gatling currently also ships JMS support.; GitLab Pages: Create websites for your GitLab projects, groups, or user account. Host your static websites on GitLab.com for free, or on your own GitLab Enterprise Edition instance. Use any static website generator: Jekyll, Middleman, Hexo, Hugo, Pelican, and more.

Gatling can be classified as a tool in the "Load and Performance Testing" category, while GitLab Pages is grouped under "Static Web Hosting".

Gatling is an open source tool with 4.28K GitHub stars and 912 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Gatling's open source repository on GitHub.

According to the StackShare community, GitLab Pages has a broader approval, being mentioned in 15 company stacks & 22 developers stacks; compared to Gatling, which is listed in 20 company stacks and 13 developer stacks.

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Pros of Gatling
Pros of GitLab Pages
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    Loadrunner
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    Great detailed reports
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    Can run in cluster mode
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    Scala based
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    Load test as code
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    Free
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    Integrated build and release pipeline
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    Allows any custom build scripts and plugins

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Cons of Gatling
Cons of GitLab Pages
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    Steep Learning Curve
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    Hard to test non-supported protocols
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    Not distributed
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    Require Jekyll approach
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    Slow builds

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What is Gatling?

Gatling is a highly capable load testing tool. It is designed for ease of use, maintainability and high performance. Out of the box, Gatling comes with excellent support of the HTTP protocol that makes it a tool of choice for load testing any HTTP server. As the core engine is actually protocol agnostic, it is perfectly possible to implement support for other protocols. For example, Gatling currently also ships JMS support.

What is GitLab Pages?

Host your static websites on GitLab.com for free, or on your own GitLab Enterprise Edition instance. Use any static website generator: Jekyll, Middleman, Hexo, Hugo, Pelican, and more

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