Performance Load Testing Insights
If you want to ensure that your application will be reliable and provide a great user experience when going into production, you need to be familiar with the concepts of load testing, performance testing or stress testing, and what are the most effective methodologies to run this type of tests.
Modern application development requires Agile testing environments, continuous performance testing, and efficient collaboration across development, QA and Operation to achieve performance engineering practice.
We have designed this section to help you discover what is important for developers and testers who want to run accurate load and performance tests.
Discover all the best practices for implementing reliable performance Agile Testing within a modern software development lifecycle and how to proceed.
Learn about the 3 keys to understanding API Testing and microservices within a Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery framework.
Many companies have a problem to meet the challenges of implementing performance load testing under CI/CD. Read how Automation Testing can help.
The goal of DevOps is to better deliver higher value to customers. See here how to implement DevOps Testing into your Performance Load Testing strategy.
Do you know what is driving load testing in Agile and DevOps environments today? Discover our best practices including Shift Left and Component Testing: Load Testing Best Practices.
Load Testing Tool
Read and discover all the recommendations that enable you to select the right Load Testing Tool that best supports your objectives of Quality, Speed and Agility.
Microservices Load Testing
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Performance Load Testing Tools
Read about load testing with NeoLoad, the most powerful performance testing solution: Load Testing Tools.
Performance testing gathers all the tests that verify an application’s speed, robustness, reliability, and correct sizing. It examines several indicators such as a browser, page and network response times, server query processing time, number of acceptable concurrent users architected, CPU memory consumption, and number/type of errors which may be encountered when using an application. Why should you test the performance of your system? All answers are here: Performance Testing: Test Types, Automation, and Agility.
Stress testing refers to tests that determine the software robustness by testing beyond the limits of normal conditions. Discover how to manage it with NeoLoad: Web Stress Testing Tool.