As your busy season looms, you can improve retail readiness in your website with load testing. As we move towards the autumn months and into the holidays, it’s time to gear up for some of the busiest shopping months of the year. For most businesses, the second half and fourth quarter of the calendar year represent a huge portion of their business, whether online only, “brick-and-mortar,” or a hybrid of both online and offline.
You should have run load tests before, but now it’s time to ship and you’re under the gun. We’ve all been there.
Here’s how we recommend you get the most accurate load tests possible when you’re on a deadline: test against a reasonably realistic user behavior scenario using the LoadImpact Chrome extension.
You’ve procrastinated load testing and now you have to test quick. Or you’ve just been handed a project to test and the deadline’s looming. Here are some quick tips based on the most commonly asked questions we hear.
You and your team have been pushing plenty of updates to your app over the last few weeks in preparation for a marketing milestone.
Everybody in the company is excited, and you can’t wait for users — and potential customers — to see what you’ve cooked up for their enjoyment.
But you haven’t been continuously performance testing throughout development (a bad move, but we forgive you), and you just realized it’s time to start running load tests.
Never fear! We’ve broken down a few steps to get your load testing extravaganza up-and-running, and from there you can smoothly transition to continuous testing, which will save you from this headache in the future.