Speaker: Michael Punsky, Performance Testing Manager, SmartBear
Date: Thursday, August 23, 2012
Time: 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM PT
LoadComplete is affordable on-premise load and performance software designed to test your entire Web application so that you can identify and pinpoint serious bottlenecks early, inside or outside of your network at both application and server levels.
LoadComplete can help development and test teams assess performance of their Web application and determine its characteristics under load of hundreds and thousands of concurrent users, estimate maximum capacity, and identify potential bottlenecks inside or outside your network. LoadComplete records user scenarios based on use cases run by a tester in a browser, and automatically generates network traffic for load testing according to the specified load profiles, using those scenarios.
One of the fundamental concepts integrated in the tool is that load testing should not require extensive scripts that are difficult to reuse and maintain. LoadComplete implements a user workflow that is based on UI wizards, easily programmable interfaces, and interactive help to set up and execute comprehensive performance tests.
LoadComplete supports recording user scenarios against any a Web application of any type from Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome browsers. Thanks to its built-in protocol support it is particularly effective with Rich Internet Applications (RIA) including AJAX, .NET, Flex and Silverlight.
About Michael Punsky
Michael Punsky, AlertSite's Manager of Professional Services, is responsible for providing strategic and tactical direction for all Professional Services activities. Punsky has over 15 years’ experience developing and delivering high-tech computing solutions, from network operating system to web application servers and SaaS applications. Prior to joining AlertSite, he served as Director of Services for Webapper, where he was responsible for Professional Services centered on development and tuning and troubleshooting of internet applications.