Using Traffic Control to Test Apps on OpenShift 3 - OpenShift Commons Briefing #39
June 3, 2016 | by
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Testing applications is important, as shown by the rise of continuous integration and automated testing. In this talk, Alban and Tom will focus on one area of testing that is difficult to automate: poor network connectivity.
Developers usually work within reliable networking conditions so they might not notice issues that arise in other networking conditions. We will give examples of software that would benefit from test scenarios with varying connectivity. We will explain how traffic control on Linux can help to simulate various network connectivity.
Finally, we will run a demo showing how an application running on OpenShift3 with Kubernetes behaves when changing network parameters using Weave.work’s Weave Scope.
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