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Load tester for HTTP and JSON

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I have asked a similar question before, but now I need to focus on JSON

I need a load tester for HTTP and JSON.

What would be the best and hopefully simple load tester to sue?

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I like "LoadUI".  You can install remote clients on multiple machines and test from one central station, but invoke agents to get multiple machine involved.
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