QATestLab believes that performance and load testing activities should be used at early stages of the software development life cycle in order to follow performance related requirements and configure the test design and the development efforts as well.
The performance errors undetected before the launch might lead to costly reworks and stressful launcing.
Our team provides clients with information about how to follow the performance requirements in terms of application, network, servers, and how to do load, stress, volume testing, etc. while conducting performance testing.
For example, some load tests verify the required load level by increasing the number of virtual users in order to reach the certain performance level.
Stress testing is performed by increasing the load cycles duration and the number of hits, but at the same time by reducing the response time.
While performing scalability testing, we exercise an application at an increasing number of concurrent users to determine when the application fails. Scalability testing purposes depend on the business need and criticality of the application under test.
Using these different test types our performance testing approach allows making the applications more reliable by identifying where, when and under what circumstances the application breaks.