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One of the toughest challenges organizations face today involves achieving and maintaining their mission critical business applications at peak performance and scalability levels. Without an effective methodology for predicting system behaviour and performance under real life stress conditions, they are exposed to the types of catastrophic slowdowns and failures that cripple productivity, drive away customers and decimate the company’s bottom line.

q-leap, supported by his performance test experts, can support you in measuring the speed, the stability and the scalability of your applications and provide you a performance bottleneck analysis.

 

Our performance testing service offerings include:

Load Testing

Load Testing

Stress Testing

Stress Testing

Endurance Testing

Endurance Testing

Spike Testing

Spike Testing

Volume Testing

Volume Testing

Degraded mode testing

Degraded mode testing

Don’t know where to start from ?

The following tables will help you mapping the above performance test types with the questions you try to answer or your performance objectives for your system.

Questions this performance test type can answer Performance Test objective
Load test

Load test

Does the application respond quickly enough for the intended users? Find out whether the system can handle the expected load upon deployment under real-world conditions
Stress test

Stress test

What is the number of users my platform is able to support until unstability appears? Overload the system beyond its expected number of users or transactions and determine the break point for the infrastructure in place
Endurance test

Endurance test

Does my application remains stable if peak load is kept for an extended period of time? Find out whether the system can support the expected maximum load for an extended period of time
Spike test

Spike test

How do my platform behaves when load volumes increase repeatedly for short periods of time beyond the expected load? Find out how the platform behaves when load volumes increase repeatedly for short periods of time beyond the expected load
Volume test

Volume test

Will business processes function properly under future data loads? Find the stability of the system with respect to handling large amounts of data over extended time periods

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