When it comes to Web load testing, the real challenge is to control the Web load and record those effects on the Web application and page load times. This allows the users to analyze and learn from the experience.
Therefore, the real website load test not only looks at how many users a site can take, but also the reasons behind them and what can the site owners do about it. These insights will help the site owners to truly measure the performance of their website.
Allowing users to use the above mentioned features, Apica has introduced a new version of Apica ProxySniffer. Apica has claimed that the company has made the new version even more improved and the users can now accurately identify performance related problems with this new version.
Apica ProxySniffer automatically and swiftly produces custom load test scripts and scenarios, utilizing its repository of Web standards and authentication methods. These have been gathered by recording real end-user behavior and hence, they do not need any programming, the company has stated.
“Apica ProxySniffer is now more equipped than ever to customize and scale load tests to meet the needs of any application tester,” said Sven Hammar, CEO of Apica. “Stress testing is the only way to truly know the limits of your web application. By leveraging the elasticity of the AWS Cloud to create virtual load clusters, we are able to give our users the ability to scale for mega load testing scenarios of up to 1 million simultaneous users, mimicking actual end-user behavior.”
Recently, the company partnered with AppDynamics to offer DevOps, an integrated monitoring solution to users. DevOps will offer customers the ability required to see how their applications perform when they are in production, under load and across the different geo-locations, browsers and mobile devices.
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