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Get faster access to test results. Test Studio scheduling and execution infrastructure enables you to create combined tests lists of functional, performance and load tests, as well as exclusive load tests lists. You can schedule them to run across all available workstations in parallel, helping speed up the execution of large test lists.
Test Studio enables customers to gather the performance and stability information of the server, such as throughput, CPU usage and web methods’ response time when there are thousands of concurrent users. Modern web applications employ diverse web services and many pages have AJAX calls to restful web services. Web Services with high response time and poor performance can lead to unsatisfied web application users.
Whether you use in-house or third party services such as stock market tickers, weather reports or news feeds, Test Studio enables you to load test your web services to help ensure their reliable performance. Have a look at how you can do it.
Have you already created functional tests in Test Studio? Set-up powerful profiles for those tests without having to modify them. You can also quickly tailor “think time” delays to simulate the pauses real users make as they navigate your site. Have you been capturing Telerik Fiddler traces of site activity during troubleshooting or monitoring? Use that invaluable data directly by importing it to Test Studio as a test case.
How responsive is my site when under different load conditions? How stable is my site when lots of users have been hitting it for days? How many users can my site support before it crashes?
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