The marketplace for 'user experience' load testing has been asking for a “pay as you go” and cost-effective, real browser alternative for years.
Minnetonka, MN (PRWEB) June 29, 2016
Dotcom-Monitor, a leading provider of synthetic and browser-based monitoring solutions, today announced the immediate availability of a “pay as you go” browser-driven web application stress testing tool, LoadView Stress Testing™.
Real browser stress testing for user experience: LoadView Stress Testing™ is unique in that it uses more than 40 different kinds of real browsers, including Chrome, IE, FireFox and a variety of mobile browsers, to generate load. Unlike older stress testing services, which use synthetic or “headless browsers,” LoadView Stress Testing acts like actual users with real browsers going through a web application. As a result, the stress test mimics a true “user experience” stress test.
User experience stress testing with video: In addition, LoadView Stress Test captures a video of the web application undergoing the stress test. This regular browser-based monitoring tool for web applications/online transaction deployments continues Dotcom-Monitor's focus on providing cost-effective, external monitoring solutions to administrators for online retailers, interactive agencies, and other industries focused on providing the highest quality of user experience.
Point-and-click scripting for easy stress test set-up: Moreover, the LoadView Stress Testing™ solution uses a script recorder to simplify the set-up for load testing online transactions, shopping carts, logins, and other web applications. EveryStep™ is a simple point-and-click macro recorder application, which automatically records "every step" for load testing the user experience of a web application.
"As more organizations rely on increasingly complex interactive systems, it is important for user experience load testing to proactively mimic the external end-user's perspective, rather than only relying on passive and incomplete internal and statistic-only load testing systems," said Vadim Mazo, Founder and Chief Technical Officer of Dotcom-Monitor. "The marketplace for 'user experience' load testing has been asking for a “pay as you go” and cost-effective, real browser alternative for years. Current vendors typically offer very expensive contracts using headless browser, with complicated script building. They lack a “user experience” load testing features like video of the web application under stress.”
Unique pay-as-you-go stress testing model: Rather than a large upfront investment in a stress testing system, many organizations user experience load testing needs are best addressed by a true on-demand “pay as you go” load testing. No other advanced browser-based load testing service offers this combination of features and services.