WebLOAD Licensing

We are proud to announce a new and fresh WebLOAD Licensing. We welcome WebLOAD Free Edition to the RadView family – a great way to experience WebLOAD for the first time. You are welcome to use it 100% for free and enjoy community support.

We are introducing a new WebLOAD Annual Subscription, tailor-made for a fast-changing technology environment. For a competitive annual fee, you receive – and continue to receive the latest version of WebLOAD. WebLOAD Annual Subscription includes all features.

Finally, we are re-introducing WebLOAD Enterprise. Buy WebLOAD once, and just pay a yearly maintenance fee and you receive all new WebLOAD updates. With both WebLOAD Enterprise and WebLOAD Annual Subscription, you receive the same industry standard support that we are proud of.

FeaturesWebLOAD Free EditionWebLOAD Annual SubscriptionWebLOAD Enterprise
License TermLifetime License1 YearLifetime License
Virtual Users 50100 – Unlimited  100 – Unlimited
Number of TestsUnlimited Unlimited Unlimited 
Cloud Load Generators * Included – UnlimitedIncluded – Unlimited Included – Unlimited
On-Premises Load Generators Included – UnlimitedIncluded – Unlimited Included – Unlimited
Real-Time Web Dashboard Included Included  Included
Continuous Integration PluginsIncluded Included   Included
ProtocolsAll IncludedAll Included All Included
Collaboration (Floating) Optional 

Included – with 1 Console 
Optional – 2 or more Consoles

Infrastructure MonitoringAll IncludedAll IncludedAll Included
Selenium IntegrationIncludedIncludedIncluded
APM Integration (AppDynamics, Dynatrace, New Relic)All IncludedAll IncludedAll Included
Integrations **All IncludedAll IncludedAll Included
SupportCommunityPhone/Email/Chat/Web Phone/Email/Chat/Web
PriceFreePriced by # of VUsPriced by # of VUs
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* Running load generators from Amazon EC2
** Integrations with APM tools, Mobile Testing tools, Continuous Integration tools and more



"WebLOAD helped us detect critical memory leaks while running longer endurance tests."