FPT launches Citus® Cloud Load Test with enhanced feature simulating over 5000 concurrent users with ease

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FPT (VNINDEX: FPT) , Vietnam’s leading provider of advanced application and software outsourcing, today announced the release of the upgraded version of Citus® Cloud Load Test on AWS Marketplace with improved features on concurrent user capacity.

Citus CLT is an absolutely suitable tool for Cloud transformation. It saves tremendous effort and productivity increases much better. I love using it.

FPT (VNINDEX: FPT) , Vietnam’s leading provider of advanced application and software outsourcing, today announced the release of the upgraded version of Citus® Cloud Load Test on AWS Marketplace with improved features on concurrent user capacity. The jump in number of concurrent users from 200 to 5000 allows Citus® Cloud Load Test to cover all test cases for systems receiving millions requests per day. Enhancements in the new version include bugs fixed, optimized flow, upgraded intuitive UX and smarter reporting function.

Citus® Cloud Load Test is a powerful yet affordable and on-demand test tool that allows developers and testers to simulate hundreds of thousands of concurrent users to create, schedule, and run performance tests providing comprehensive reports through a single Web-based portal. Citus® Cloud Load Test complements FPT’s Cloud Services to better support clients’ projects and it is sold directly to actual users. This product is based on and compatible with JMeter and optimized for AWS. The initial version of the Citus CLT was released earlier this year in August, which drew much attention from the testing society.

The tool is currently a 5-star-rated product in AWS Marketplace with positive feedbacks from clients for its usability and convenience. "Citus CLT is an absolutely suitable tool for Cloud transformation. It saves tremendous effort and productivity increases much better. I love using it." - quoted a user.

“The upgraded version of Citus Cloud Load Test with significant enhancement in concurrent user number from 200 to 5000 will be a valuable and helpful tool for developers and testers to rapidly and easily automate their test case creation, execution, and reporting for systems with huge number of visits” said FPT Software’s Chief Technology Officer - Le Hong Viet. “We believe that this new release will not only assist customers in adapting to the Cloud better but also offer a great competitive advantage in testing cost for them.”

Interested individuals can enjoy the new offerings today on the AWS Marketplace at the following link: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/seller-profile/ref=dtl_pcp_sold_by?ie=UTF8&id=8f5e1707-873e-4cba-b966-c0d442437d59

About Citus® Cloud Load Test
Citus® Cloud Load Test is a component of FPT’s Citus® Cloud Tool Suite, which was released to better assist clients in assessing and implementing Cloud transition from consultancy to post-implementation. The toolset is utilized for Cloud budget planning, vendor evaluation, security risk assessment, Cloudification, SaaSification, PaaS Adoption and performance & load testing.
For more information about Citus Cloud Load Test, please visit http://citusload.fpt-software.com

About FPT:
FPT (VNINDEX: FPT) is the largest IT Company in Vietnam with over US$1.36 billion revenue and 17,000 employees. With focus on R&D activities to improve the quality of services, the company has been serving over 250 customers worldwide, of which nearly 40 are Fortune 500 in the industries of manufacturing, semiconductors, healthcare, utility, financial services, satellite TV and more. Qualified with CMMI 5 & ISO 27001:2005, FPT delivers world-class services in Mobility, Cloud, Embedded System, Q&A testing, Legacy Migration, Package Implementation, Application Service, and BPO services globally from delivery centers across the United States, Japan, Europe, Australia, Vietnam and other countries in the Asia Pacific. For more information, please visit: http://fpt-software.com.

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