Comprehensive check at all stages of the software life cycle
The task of load testing is to determine the scalability of the application under load. When this happens:
Stress testing allows you to check how the application and the system as a whole work under stress and also evaluate the ability of the system to regenerate, i.e. to return to normal after cessation of stress. Stress can be an increase in the intensity of operations to very high values or an emergency reconfiguration of the server. Also, one of the tasks in stress testing can be to evaluate performance degradation, so stress testing objectives can overlap with performance testing objectives.
The task of testing stability (reliability) is to test the performance of the application during long (many hours) testing with an average load level. The execution time of operations can play a minor role in this type of testing. At the same time, the absence of memory leaks, server restarts under load, and other aspects affecting precisely the stability of work takes the first place.
The task of volumetric testing is to obtain an assessment of performance with an increase in the amount of data in the database of the application, and this happens:
Imagine that you need to add new functionality, adjust the configuration, and you fear that the system will not be able to serve the business due to the increasing load on it. Then you need to assess the current capabilities of the system. Load testing is performed in order to understand whether the system can withstand the required load. This type of testing allows you to pre-determine possible problems related to the application performance and fix them in a timely manner.
Our specialists study each project in detail and perform testing based on its needs and limitations.
Load testing allows you to find answers to the following questions:
Failures in product performance can adversely affect a company's business. Load testing software - the ability to prevent failures in its work and ensure stable operation of all components. We will identify current problems and identify hidden defects that may adversely affect the operation of the software.