The starting place for practicing load testing beginners and experts. A guide to the do's and don'ts of load testing websites and mobile applications.
There is more to do in less time, so re-use tests!
By the time any software development project nears completion, it likely will have gone through numerous tests, particularly in an Agile environment where testing and development happen concurrently. But no matter how many tests you’ve run, once your application is nearly complete, there&rsquo
In the murky world of software testing, we often have no concrete way to measure our contribution. Often, this leads to wondering what our true value is, or even wondering if the people around us see any value in our work at all. The syndrome certainly isn’t unique to software testers.
Traditionally (if we can say that about load testing), a tester needs to have pretty extensive knowledge in order to interpret the majority of the data generated by most load tests. More often than not, developers and QA managers come away from the trial of load testing software with little more
The process of generating realistic load tests is something of an art, and some of the best perks about LoadComplete are the settings that aid that artistry. Of course, like all load testing tools, you can specify the number of virtual users to be simulated, but you can also set certain conditions
A software testers job is never done. Testing a Web application should be performed at each step in the development cycle and should continue after the application is live. While this can be frustrating, it’s important to take consolation that for each testing and remediation cycle the Web
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We have seen it happen in many organizations - when the blissfully unaware load tester finds out that their current approach to performance management is disappointing their organization. Of course, this doesn't sound like you or your team, right? In this eBook, you’ll learn:What makes