Adobe released the Flex Stress Testing Framework on Adobe Labs today.
“The Flex Data Services Stress Testing Framework helps Flex developers
using Flex Data Services load test their Flex 2 applications. Flex Data
Services offers a number of data transport channels for
communicating between a Flex client and the Flex Data Services server.
These channels include RTMP(s), AMF(s) and HTTP(s). Most commercial
load testing tools rely on data being sent over HTTP and less
performing implementations of the AMF protocol (usually AMF0). Flex
Data Services enables developers to leverage HTTP in addition to the
latest and highest performing version of AMF (AMF3) and data push with
RTMP. As most load testing tool vendors have not yet released support
for RTMP(s) or the latest version of AMF(s), the Flex Data Services
Stress Testing Framework allows Flex developers to load test their
applications that use RTMP and AMF3 without needing to use a commercial