3 Most Common Types of Load Tests

Create: 2019-09-26
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3 Most Common Types of Load Tests
and how LoadView can accomplish them.
 
 
 
 
 


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HTTP/S Load Test (GET/POST)
 
 
Test webservers, Web APIs (REST, SOAP, JSON/XML) by generating a sequence of HTTP GET/POST requests.
 
 
Single Page Browser Speed Test
 
 
Test a web page in Chrome or Internet Explorer simulating user behavior in a real browser.
 
 
Scripted Multi-Step Load Tests
 
 
Simulate user behavior for web applications, portal logins, shopping carts or web transactions in a real browser.
 

 
 

 
Choose Your Scenario
 
Define the number of users, the duration of the test, and a fully custom scenario. Create the rate of virtual load and required number of virtual users per step. Simulate user loads from multiple worldwide locations.
 
 
 
Execute the Test
 
Monitor basic metrics of the test while it runs in real time including number of completed transactions, errors, and performance data. Configure your settings and click “run” – at which point we will ensure the required number of servers are available for your load test.
 
 
 
Uncover Errors
 
Uncover root causes of failures and errors within your infrastructure, code or third-party services. Test the Internet infrastructure – connections, routers, firewalls, switches, or anything that may be associated with traffic to the website.
 
 
 
Be Proactive
 
Once you have completed your load test and optimized your website, you can take the LoadView script and turn them into 24/7 website monitors, or easily import your monitoring scripts into a load test.
 
 
 
 
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