28 Feb '12, 1am

Avoid slow performing websites by stress testing with Load Impact | e27

Avoid slow performing websites by stress testing with Load Impact | e27

If you are a developer, you would know this: developers commonly carry out user interface (UI) testing but seldom seek to stress test their websites. We all know that slow websites from high traffic generally cause reduced customer satisfaction, which in turn reduce conversion rate. Now, Load Impact allows users to generate load from Singapore, Japan, USA, Europe economically and uses a pay as you go model. With more and more ambitious startups around the world making use of Amazon’s infrastructure to reach overseas market, Load Impact could be adopted by tech startups in Singapore looking to do the same overseas. For those targeting the Singapore market, Load Impact could also be used to provide SaaS load testing from Singapore, keeping track of the website performance when the business is scaling or prior to entering the Singapore market.

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