According to a recent research, application performance is the single most important attribute of the user experience. And the user experience is directly tied to customer loyalty and business outcomes. However, performance testing for the web and mobile apps can still be a daunting task.
How do you keep pace with ever-increasing user expectations in the face of accelerating release cycles, mushrooming IT complexity, and massive scalability requirements? Not to mention new initiatives such as digital transformation, transition to Agile methods, incorporation of Big Data and predictive analytics, and exploration of the Internet of Things (IoT).
Micro Focus StormRunner Load provides a compelling answer. This cloud-based and software-as-a-service (SaaS) delivered solution for Agile web and mobile performance testing makes it possible to create and run a load test for internal or external applications in 10 minutes; use predictive analytics to isolate performance problems in 5 seconds; and scale to more than 1,000,000 virtual users on demand.
Design & create mobile and web load test in minutes for easy cloud-based testing without the need to schedule, deploy, and manage load generators. Create test scripts in the browser using HPE’s patented TruClient technology, an innovative scripting tool based on node.js. StormRunner supports LoadRunner Web, Performance Center, Web Services, Flex, Mobile and TruClient protocols or you can simply upload from REST call, HAR file, CSV or import JMeter scripts.
Detect problems fast. Emulate and test real-world network conditions with Network Virtualization to get accurate and repeatable results. Enjoy a comprehensive root cause, trending and regression analysis as well as the intelligent and predictive analytics for a holistic client, network, and server side breakdown report. StormRunner integrates with Jenkins, Gatling, Dynatrace, New Relic, Docker, AWS Code Pipeline and much more.
Scale from 1 tester to 1,000,000 or more geographically distributed web and mobile users, add or remove them during runs.