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If you're looking for load testing services, you're probably investing heavily in advertising campaigns. But unless you run load tests to ensure your system works properly under real-life load conditions, you can lose both your marketing dollars and potential sales. With UTOR you get the confidence that your application will not damage your business.
Expose the defects
Determine your app's capacity
Know if your infrastructure is sufficient
Define the upper limit
|Load testing lets you find bugs that won't be possible to reproduce otherwise. Memory leaks, buffer overflows, CPU, disk usage – we'll identify performance bottlenecks and help you fine-tune your system for optimal performance.||If you're building for growth, you need to know how many additional resources are necessary to support an increased user base or volume of data. We can help you decide whether to scale up and determine your scaling strategy.||Is your current infrastructure sufficient to run the app in real-world conditions? To prevent failures, we'll test your infrastructure for scalability and fault tolerance so you could plan your maintenance activities.||To make sure your app can handle the expected load, you need to know the upper limits of your database, hardware, and network. If we push your system beyond those limits, we'll end up running a stress test – part of our performance testing services.|
To perform load testing, we simulate real-world load on your application or website. This way we can measure certain performance metrics such as responsiveness, throughput, and latency and provide you with an in-depth report that illustrates the performance of your application. As a result of these measurements, you will know what system components are slowing you down when it is time to scale to more web servers, how much CPU usage you need for what load, how many transactions your system can handle, and much more.
With load testing, you can define the system's response under varying load conditions. In other words, you test the sustainability of your software. But what if you want to know how the application behaves under extreme stress? Or if your product remains stable under different types of loads over time? We provide end-to-end performance testing services that go beyond just load testing. Depending on your requirements, we will prepare an optimal testing solution to verify your system's speed, stability, scalability, and reliability.
Reveal the maximum load after which your system will break.
Ensure that your database doesn't become irresponsive and doesn't lose data.
Check how your app behaves in changing load conditions over time.
Here is a quick overview of how our load testing process works at Agile projects.
JMeter and Locust are two main performance testing tools we use to automate the process.
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We gave answers to some common questions related to load testing. If your question isn't covered here, please send it to us via email. We're always happy to help you.
Load testing is a subset of performance testing aimed at verifying that the system can perform well under anticipated user load. An example of the load testing is when you need to check a mail server performance with thousands of concurrent users.
The goal of performance testing is to verify speed, resource usage, scalability, and reliability of the product. Load testing is used to determine if the system can handle a real-life user load. Load and stress testing are similar in how they're conducted. In both cases, we simulate a user load on an application. But while load testing simulates actual use, stress testing is carried out to observe the system's behavior under a far greater load than it is expected to handle. Both load and stress testing are subsets of performance testing.
Load testing is used to test the performance of the application under real-life load. Volume testing is performed to test the system under a huge data load. Therefore, in volume testing, the load is a huge volume of data, while in load testing load is a heavy number of concurrent users performing transactions. Both load and volume testing are subsets of performance testing.
The process we follow looks like that:
With load testing you can do the following: