With Test Studio’s effortless setup easy to use UI, you’ll be able to see what your app can handle in no time. You do not need to take care of installing the load testing components separately or configuring your load testing services – Test Studio does this for you automatically. Design your test by setting the agents and allocating virtual users among them; create your user profiles and you are ready to go.
Load testing projects usually require the ability to do careful customization of the tests themselves. We have worked hard to make sure you’re able to tailor details of tests such as dynamic targets (server-created session IDs, for example), think times, and even response/request parameters.
Set your load test goals – maximum HTTP errors/ second, responses received/second, average response time – you decide what the acceptable benchmarks are. You can set your tests to stop (pass or fail) automatically when a given goal is met. Determine what constitutes acceptable metric levels, and get a report on how well your system attains these goals while under varying load.
The modern internet uses web services a lot. Many pages we see now have AJAX calls to restful web services. Web services perform tasks common across many applications, such as stock market tickers, weather reports, and news feeds. To ensure the performance of the in-house or third party services you need with Test Studio allows you to load test web services. Have a look how you can do it.