A SaaS performance testing solution for modern DevOps teams.
Find and fix performance issues early in the software development cycle.
Start load testing early in the dev-cycle, on the developer's machine. The local environment is king for developers. The command-line is home. That's why we built k6, an open-source, command line driven load testing tool.
Use goal-oriented tests with pass/fail results- required for automation. Automate load testing in your Continuous Integration (CI) pipeline for faster time to market.
Run larger tests on our global cloud infrastructure with Load Impact Cloud Execution. Run geographically distributed load tests, too.
Use our powerful scripting environment to create API test scenarios from the simple to the complex. You’ll have all the conveniences needed to load test your web, mobile or Internet of Things (IoT) API.
Easily load test your website or web app. Create test scenarios based on Virtual Users (VUs) and simulated traffic configurations. Ensure you get the performance you need to meet user demand.
Load Impact integrates into any Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD) pipeline for faster time to market.
Automate performance testing as a seamless part of your software development cycle.
Run tests with more than 5000 Virtual Users (VUs). Accommodates up to 100,000 VUs.
Quickly create test scenarios with easy-to-use URL analyzer and Chrome Extension.
Create test scripts in Lua that run on our Load Impact 3.0 cloud based load testing platform.
"k6 is the result of collaboration between our Load Impact dev team and members of the open source community," said Robin Gustafsson, CTO at Load Impact. "We believe in the open source model for delivering innovative software solutions to the market."
Attend this Load Impact webinar to hear from Michael Miranda, QA Engineer at Bluestem Brands. Bluestem is the parent company for 13 E-commerce retail brands. They get more than 160 million website visits per year! Load testing has been an important part of their QA process for many years. Michael will share best practices and lessons learned from load testing their E-commerce websites.
Host: Mark Meier, Customer Success Lead, Load Impact