What’s New With Kernl – October 2019

October held a lot of great work for Kernl! Lots of refactoring, test coverage increases, and a new UI for managing Git deployments. Let’s dive in! Features Git Continuous Deployment UI Changes – Kernl now has a new and improved interface for adding continuous deployment to your projects. Installed Plugin List Filter – You can… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – October 2019

What’s New With Kernl – September 2019

I hope that everyone has had a great September! There has been some interesting changes with Kernl this month, so let’s dive in and discuss them. Features Credit Card Add Changes – For the past 3 years Kernl has had a simple credit card form (card number, expiration, etc). In an effort to help reduce… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – September 2019

What’s New With Kernl – July & August 2019

I hope everyone has had a great summer (or winter if you are in the southern hemisphere)! Over the past 2 months we’ve gotten a lot great stuff done, so let’s dive in. Features & Infrastructure Kernl has upgraded from Mongo 3.x to Mongo 4.2 with WiredTiger. We get improved performance and the latest features… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – July & August 2019

What’s New With Kernl – June 2019

Hello everyone! Kernl got some pretty interesting updates this month, so let’s dive in! Features Average & Median Response Times for Load Tests – Kernl’s WordPress load testing services has always had this data available, we just never surfaced it in a way that was easy to consume. You’ll now see a new tab when… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – June 2019

What’s New With Kernl – April 2019

Lots of great stuff came down the pipeline this month at Kernl, so lets dive in! Features / Bugs / Improvements Share Load Tests – You can now share your load tests publicly! Just click the “share” button that shows up after your load test is completed. Analytics Widget – If you scroll down past… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – April 2019

Introducing Shareable WordPress Load Test Results

For quite awhile now Kernl has had the ability to throw some serious load at your WordPress site, but never a great way to share the results. Today that changes with the introduction of load test result sharing! Why would I share my load test results? The main use case for sharing your load test… Continue reading Introducing Shareable WordPress Load Test Results

What’s New With Kernl – March 2019

March was a great month for Kernl! We did some blogging, a bunch of infrastructure work, and a little bit of unplanned work due to API deprecation at BitBucket. Features & Updates Resource Starvation (Load Testing) – We’ve decreased the number of users per machine that Kernl WordPress Load Testing uses. This helps prevent resource… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – March 2019

Changes to Kernl Analytics

When Kernl analytics was first released we had tiered approach to pricing: A ‘small’ plan with simple daily analytics and 24 hours of data retention. A ‘agency’ plan with data comparison and 90 day data retention. After looking through our usage data and analytics, we’ve decided that there will now only be a single analytics… Continue reading Changes to Kernl Analytics

What’s New With Kernl – February 2019

February was a pretty busy month for Kernl! We had a lot of great tweaks to load testing, a few customer feature improvements, and some infrastructure work. Lets get started! Features & Bugs Multi-Region Load Tests – You can now select multiple regions for your WordPress load tests! Instead of having all traffic come from… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – February 2019