Congratulations: you’ve run a few LoadImpact load tests and you’re anxiously poring over the results. You’ve probably already gained a few insights about what you might improve. You’ve seen some areas you want to explore further. And you’ve found some mysterious status codes in the URLs tab on the test results page.
Prepare for your upcoming traffic peaks - like FIFA World Cup 2018
Is your site ready for peak traffic? How can you prepare for your upcoming traffic peaks? It’s more than just Black Friday and Cyber Monday for many businesses. In fact, one of the busiest traffic periods is coming up: FIFA World Cup 2018. (More about it later.)
No matter what’s coming your way, we want you to be planning for your peak traffic times. And we also recommend load testing.
If you’re not doing it already, load test now before these traffic peaks hit.
Tl;dr — We’re hosting a webinar at 1 p.m. EST June 15: “How to Manage Dynamic Values in Your Load Tests.”
- In order to create the most realistic user scenarios possible, you need to include dynamic values
- This webinar will be about an hour long and include a Q-and-A
Performance is paramount in today’s website world. Google has also included Website Performance as another key criteria in the search rank algorithm it uses (source).
Every decision we make regarding our website either affects performance, flexibility, or both.
Just recently we launched our cloud-based Server Metrics Agent - a function that allows you to collect information about what's happening internally on your servers while your website or -application is being load tested. Installing the Server Metrics agent on one of your machines will immediately let you see how much CPU, memory and network bandwidth the server is using throughout the load test.