Healthy Sites Mean Consistent Testing

We’re in the thick of the heaviest traffic season for many sites and apps. Autumn through the end of the year often brings major traffic spikes, be they from Singles Day, Black Friday, or other seasonal retail peaks. But no matter when your site’s traffic peaks, there’s one big pitfall you need to avoid:

Don’t stop testing after your peak traffic period.

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CI Integrations for Performance Testing

It’s one of our most commonly asked questions: what about CI integrations for performance testing? The short answer is simple: we have them, you should have them, and you should make sure you’ve implemented them.

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How to prevent 'disaster' with performance testing

Finally! Your site has hit the big time and your traffic is off the charts. Congratulations: is your site performance up to the task? Here’s a case where “be careful what you wish for” rings true: when that traffic rush hits, the best way to prevent disaster is with performance testing.

When should you plan for that traffic rush? Now. Start today.

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No Tests - No Pull Request, Right? Types of Tests that Should Be in Your Codebase

As Viach Kakovskyi (@BackendandBBQ) stated in his blog post "If you do not have time to write tests today - you will find the time for fixing bugs Friday’s night". In other words, to establish solid reliability in production tomorrow we need to invest our time today.

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Basics of Continuous Load Tests

Building a continuous load test might seem intimidating, but it’s not. You may think continuous load tests entail extensive integration, finicky server setup, detailed custom scripts, and a lot of annoyance mixed with caffeine and long hours.

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