Run large load tests on Load Impact's global cloud infrastructure
If you are load testing a website or web application, you typically want to run some larger stress tests as part of your standard QA process. You probably want to test at 2x to 3x, or more, your normal traffic level. Here's a quick calculation for determining the number of VU's you might need:
Virtual Users = (Traffic Multiple x Hourly Sessions x Average Session Duration in seconds) / 3,600
Your local machine will run out of steam at around a couple of hundred VUs, depending on your test scenario. So, you'll need more compute resources. Access our global performance testing infrastructure with Load Impact Cloud Execution.
Run the same test scripts in the cloud that you ran on k6 locally.
Generate test loads from 14 different global locations ("Load Zones"). This allows you to test performance of your website or app for all your users around the world. Ensure that all of your global customers experience great performance.
We'll do all of the heavy lifting to manage your performance testing infrastructure. You don't have to worry about setup and teardown, or figuring out the right number of instances needed for your load testing scenarios.
Executing load tests from the Load Impact SaaS application automatically runs the test on the Load Impact cloud infrastructure (powered by Amazon Web Services).
From the command line, you can execute performance tests that will run on the Load Impact cloud infrastructure. First, you need to have a Load Impact account, if you don't have one already.
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