An in-depth review of DeNamiK's free LoadGen stress test utility

This White Paper provides a review of the DeNamiK LoadGen from DeNamiK. LoadGen is a free/inexpensive, feature-rich load/stress testing platform for the Citrix marketplace. It supports the centralized management of load testing a Citrix Server or Farm using multiple clients.

This White Paper provides a review of the DeNamiK LoadGen from DeNamiK. LoadGen is a free/inexpensive, feature-rich load/stress testing platform for the Citrix marketplace. It supports the centralized management of load testing a Citrix Server or Farm using multiple clients. It's meant to replace the Citrix Server Test Kit (CSTK).

This 18-page technical review is based on the very first beta version of the product, as well as discussions with the product architects on what we should expect with the final release.

From the paper summary:

It was surprising for the first Beta of a new product to automate so much of the testing in my chaotic multi-faceted lab. Congratulations especially go to DeNamiK for handling a mixed 2000 and 2003 Active Directory Domain without having to work around it. DeNamiK’s goal of replacing the CTSK as an affordable test platform with something usable and scalable for massive testing is clearly met with this product. When the final release becomes available I expect it will be a welcome addition to the lab.


Tim Mangan - DeNamiK LoadGen.PDF

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This looks great, but is it available for download?
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This looks great, but is it available for download?

 
I assume you mean the beta software, not the whitepaper!  The beta is by invitation and I believe they may be slow-rolling it so as not to be overwhelmed, however, you can email Daniel ask for one.
 
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Or what Daniel's email address is? I can't seem to find this info on the website  
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Sounds like a great tool - but getting the impression it's not going to be 'Free' as mentioned in the heading above.   Some clarification on that would be welcome.
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