What good is a web stress test if it generates hundreds of pages of charts and tables that no one can figure out? That's why our user capacity analysis clearly measures your site's capacity based on either simple performance goals or complicated Service Level Agreements (SLA). You can use our default performance goals, or get as detailed or as technical as you like. A high level user capacity overview helps you quickly and easily see how many users your site can handle. Load Tester PRO was designed from the ground up to generate massive amounts of load accurately and efficiently. At the base is a completely rewritten byte-level I/O library optimized for load testing. On top of that is a massively scalable application architecture combined with a highly optimized user interface. Load generation is from a network of internal or external load balanced computers that continually monitor the accuracy of the simulated users.
At the push of a button you can generate load from outside your network to test the entire application stack, including the firewall, or generate load from inside your test lab to concentrate on server performance by itself. Load Tester PRO automatically detects and configures the test cases for most situations. No muss. No fuss. The automated record and configuration process means no complicated hand-coding, and no scripting languages to learn. And no reverse-engineering and hand-programming code for complicated dynamic and state variables. All of which leaves you with more time to write new code. Configuring user input such as login credentials, search terms, and other user-entered fields is as easy as clicking on the field; no coding required.
For most fields, simply bring up the page in the Content View and then click the field - the Field Editor dialog will appear. You are just a few clicks away from filling the field with the values needed to customize the scenario. Load Tester PRO works with your technology on most platforms including: AJAX; Apache and httpd; PHP; Java and J2EE; ASP and .NET; Virtualized Servers.