AppPerfect Load Test - plugin detail
AppPerfect Load Test is a fully Automated Load test, Stress test and Performance Test solution. Load Test supports HTTP, HTTPS, JDBC, CLI and SOAP protocols. You can Simulate 1000's of user load to test your application and can avoid costly server and Web app crashes !
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Last Update: 2010-03-03
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AppPerfect Load Test is easy to use with no programming required. Load Test is a system designed to exercise your application under conditions of heavy simulated load. \"Heavy load\" is any condition which would put strain on your application and the underlying application infrastructure. Simulate thousands of virtual users to ensure your application will hold up and perform acceptably. Load Test provides a unique view of the target machine with integrated load testing, stress testing and performance testing parameters such as response time and hit count along with monitoring of system resources such as CPU, disk, network and memory. Scripting support is provided for advanced users.
AppPerfect Load Test is designed to answer vital questions such as:
* Do you know the number of concurrent users/requests your application can support ?
* Is your current infrastructure sufficient to meet your user demand ?
* Will your application scale as more users access it ?
* How does your application's response time change as number of users increase ?
* Does your Web application perform the same after 96 hours of deployment as it did after 4 hours ?
AppPerfect Load Test can help you identify a variety of problems before you go into production:
* Software design issues (incorrect concurrency/pooling mechanism, poor optimization, memory build-up, etc.)
* Server configuration issues (Web server, application server, database server, load balancer, etc.)
* Hardware limitation issues (Excessive disk I/O, CPU maximization, memory limitations, network bottleneck, etc.)
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