performance testing

RadView Acquires AI-based Test Automation Startup Shield34 – A note from Eyal Shalom, RadView CEO

RadView TestAutomation (formerly: Shield34), an AI-based test automation startup with a unique approach for functional testing, is joining RadView!  Our two companies have a lot in common in terms of expertise, go-to-market, and customer base. And this is more than a natural fit, this is a fantastic opportunity for us to step up on our […]

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Demystifying Scalability Testing: The Complete Guide

Scalability Testing is a non-functional software testing methodology where applications and infrastructures are examined for performance under increased or decreased workload. By determining the server-side robustness and client-side degradation, the organization can then take the required measures to create the best user experience while optimizing infrastructure costs.   What Is Scalability Testing? A scalability test

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ITCentral Station Reviews of WebLOAD Agree – “WebLOAD is a Strong Product and Easy to Use”

It’s not easy to get customer reviews on ITCentral Station. The software review site insists on calling each and every reviewer. Here at RadView, we have hundreds of supportive customers. We collaborate with our “fans” and produce case studies and surveys. Getting busy DevOps and QA managers on the phone isn’t easy! And what did our

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The Habits of Successful Load Testers: They Start Small

‘Starting small’ sounds a bit awkward in the context of load testing. Isn’t it all about many virtual users, large volumes of data and massive traffic? It is. But still, starting small is the only way to ensure successful load testing: a smoother process, more accurate results analysis, and no wasted time. The Dangers of

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Take the Load Off Your Mind and Put It On Your System

No More System Testing Required Overheard an IT Director/Manager recently discussing the successfully completed project. He casually mentioned that he would no longer have to do the continuous load testing that was required throughout the development process. He was hoping to save money and reduce his staffing requirements. Is there ever a good time to

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4 Ideas for Getting Started with DevOps Performance Testing

If you work at a Fortune 2000 company, there are good chances you’ve already discovered the benefits of DevOps. At leasts that’s what Gartner and IDC argue. But while the majority of DevOps automation include development, deployment, and some regression testing, much less companies have automated performance testing. My guess is that performance testing is

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