Measure the performance impact of increasing load on your websites, mobile apps and APIs to ensure your applications perform at peak conditions.
Control the ramp and bandwidth of thousands or millions of virtual users from testing locations across the globe and simulate real-world dynamics.
Test your applications in development and identify bottlenecks early. Measure every build and release against baseline results.
Measure the quality of the user experience by viewing a stream of real browser render times and screenshots while your tests run.
Get real network latency and behavior performance metrics, and test cloud infrastructure, CDNs, load balancers and more.
Configure and deploy load tests in minutes, out of the box. Easily set up short tests, multiple sequential tests and many tests in parallel.
Test your applications from behind the firewall on your private network or leverage public clouds, or a hybrid of the two.
Reporting and Analytics
Results in Real Time
Get feedback in real time, adjust parameters on the fly, and find optimal concurrency, breakage points and peaks.
Take a deep dive into page performance with min, avg, max and 90th percentile response times for every URL call.
Visualize multiple runs to exaggerate points of contention and pinpoint problematic issues in your transactions.
If a request fails, drill down and see exactly what happened and why it failed.
Real Browser Metrics
Access detailed reporting on browser response time including DNS resolve time, render time and time to first byte.
Visualize Hardware Performance
Use our agent or integrate your APM solution and compare load test results with hardware metrics such as CPU and memory utilization, available memory and disk queues.
Visualize Third-Party or Internal Metrics
Add metrics such as orders per minutes, cache hit rate, database reads/writes and load balancer performance to load test reports.
Native APM Integrations
Drill down to the stack trace level, pinpoint the issues that are the most critical and identify root-cause. We integrate with AppDynamics, New Relic and Dynatrace.