Stress tests are simulated “brute force” attacks that apply excessive load to your webserver. “Real world” situations like this can be created by a massive spike of users –caused by a large referrer (imagine your website being mentioned on national TV…). Another example would be an email marketing campaign sent to prospective customers that asks them to come to the website to register for a service or request additional information.
Ramp Tests From 1 to 150 virtual users for 30 minutes from 1 loc.
Ramp Tests are variations of Stress Tests in which the number of users is increased over the life of the test-from a single user to hundreds of users. By reviewing the graphs of click times and errors, a Ramp Tests can help you determine what maximum load a server can handle while providing optimal access to web resource
N. Europe: Ireland W. Europe: Netherlands UK South: London S. Asia: Singapore East Asia: Hong Kong E. Australia: New South Wales W. US: California E. Canada: Quebec City Korea Central:Seoul China North:Beijing
After testing, you will receive a report on the work.