"Load Testing and Performance" Articles

‘Tis the Season for DDoS Attacks

Neustar Engineering
by Neustar Engineering September 22nd, 2016
‘Tis the Season for DDoS Attacks

Legitimate shoppers won't be the only ones visiting your website this holiday season. Read the blog and watch our webinar to learn how to protect your business! Read Full Article

Five Tips for Enhanced DNS Reliability and Security

Brendon Mitchell
by Brendon Mitchell October 5th, 2015
Five Tips for Enhanced DNS Reliability and Security

Despite the constantly evolving threat of DNS attacks, many IT professionals are taking a status quo approach to DNS security and performance. But that could be a costly mistake. Five simple steps you can take will reduce the risk of website availability and security issues. Read Full Article

Holiday Load Testing: Self Service or Full Service?

Donald Lee
by Donald Lee September 17th, 2015
Holiday Load Testing: Self Service or Full Service?

In our continuing series of blog posts on holiday preparations you can do to protect your ecommerce platform, let’s take a look the options you have when it comes to executing external load tests on your ecommerce platform. Read Full Article

The Role of Concurrent Users in Load Testing

Donald Lee
by Donald Lee July 7th, 2015
The Role of Concurrent Users in Load Testing

Do you still have questions about what factors into load testing your website? This post will discuss the concept of concurrent users as it applies to load testing. Read Full Article

Reusable Code in Your Selenium Scripts

Tyler Fullerton
by Tyler Fullerton May 19th, 2015
Reusable Code in Your Selenium Scripts

There are two ways that you can (currently) incorporate reusable code into your scripts. The first is by using the File object to store your JavaScript and then read the file content into a variable and use eval() on the variable. The second approach is to use the CSVTable object to store predefined functions and their parameter lists and then import them into strings and finally create Function objects out of them. Read Full Article