WebLOAD is a software application that allows users to initiate load testing, performance testing and stress testing of web applications. Owned by Radview Software, WebLOAD is an excellent tool that combines performance, scalability and integrity into a single process to verify web and mobile applications. What is even more interesting, is that the tool can not only be used to test web/mobile applications but also enterprise-level systems such as SAP, Oracle and others.
WebLOAD is quite an astounding software testing application and counts a bunch of really kickass features. A few of those are -
- WebLOAD helps record and playback controls during tests
- Enables creation of first scripts in an instant
- View scripts using the graphical scripting language
- Does not require prior knowledge of hardcore coding practices
- Automatically correlate dynamic values
- Easily turn recorded scripts into execution ready scripts instantly
- Automatically identify parameterization and dynamic values
- Record desktop script and modify it as per your requirements
- Add custom business logic to tests
- Load simulation and identification of bottlenecks
- Easily recreate real-world load scenarios
- Leverage power of cloud-computing to push applications
- Generate load in the cloud itself.
- Automatically identify bottlenecks across multiple data points and sources
- Easily verify SLAs to check for stability, scalability and integrate while loading
There has been a lot of talk around the various WebLOAD pricing plans in the software and enterprise circles, with many people curious to know about the WebLOAD pricing structure. The software’s free edition enables teams with about 50 members virtually to use its software, coupled with unlimited load generators, real-time results on dashboard among others. For others, the ‘Professional’ edition has the on-premise and cloud version for users, who can get a custom quote and choose the best WebLOAD pricing plan, as per their needs.
The free trial version is not as robust as the paid plan but works for smaller teams. To see the software live in action, you can check out the 1-hour demo on their website for more information.