To deploy your MAR-based Mock Services on a containerized VSE, install a BlazeMeter Virtual Service Environment (Blaze VSE).
You need a BlazeMeter Private Location (formerly known as OPL). As long as you enable the correct options during the private location creation, a BlazeMeter Virtual Service Environment is installed on a Docker or Kubernetes container at the same time as the BlazeMeter Agent installation.
BlazeMeter Virtual Service Environments spin up on demand when you deploy a Mock Service to them. Otherwise, the container does not use resources when not needed.
Note: This feature is not available by default. If you are interested in using BlazeMeter Virtual Service Environments, contact BlazeMeter Support.
Ensure that the server on which you are installing the BlazeMeter Virtual Service Environment adheres to all Docker or Kubernetes installation requirements on the Private Location System Requirements page.
Note: We do not support sharing of private locations across Workspaces for Blaze VSE. It is recommended that a new private location is created for each Blaze VSE within a workspace.
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