Grafana Cloud

Manage projects

Use Projects to organize k6 tests in collections and grant access to these collections. Some ways to stay organized with Projects include the following:

  • Per team. Each team is given their own project for them to do their work and collaborate.
  • Per component. A project is created for each component or service you’re testing.
  • Per brand. E-commerce customers may want to use projects per brand to stay organized.
  • Per customer. When dealing with custom software, you can to organize by customer to ensure each unique system is tested.
  • Per major release. After your systems go through a major change, you can to create a new project to organize the most recent data.

To invite users to a project, refer to manage project members.

Project activity

The Project activity helps you get a brief overview of what’s happening in your projects.

Project activity

To view the Project activity, go to Performance testing > Projects. Each project card will display the following stats for the past 30 days:

Test createdTotal count of tests created.
Tests startedTotal count of test runs started.
Success ratePercentage of successful test runs.
Most recent runLink to the most recent test run in the project.

Project overview

When you select a project from the Projects page, you can see an overview of all the tests in that project. Each test is comprised of individual test runs represented by bars in a chart. The bar length represents the values reported by the trending metric, and the color represents the test status.

A tiled view of all test runs in a project

Group tests together

k6 groups test runs according to the test name. The name of the test is determined by one of the following:

  • The test name in the Test Builder
  • The test script filename
  • The value of the property in the test script (this overrides the filename).

Test run status

The color of the bar for a test run indicates its status:

  • Green indicates the test finished with no failed thresholds.
  • Yellow indicates that the test was interrupted.
  • Red indicates that the test failed one or more thresholds.

For details of all test statuses, refer to Cloud test status codes.