2013 January 28
While here at Loadzen we’re constantly striving to help you write better apps, Loadzen isnlt the be-all and end-all of performance testing (no matter how much we wish it would be!). Loadzen is designed to completely test your server side application and data layer, but one are where it does not test your site is in the asset download, footprint and efficiency – that’s where our top 3 load tester tools come in.
2012 November 10
Recently Google have been enforcing stricter controls over what Chrome plugins can and cannot do, and part of this shift meant that the latest versions of Chrome broke the Loadzen plugin. We have now released a minor release update to the Chrome plugin (version 2.3) so it can work with the new security fixes (specifically Manifest version 2.0).
2012 October 24
We would like to apologise to our users for the recent service outage on the 24th of October 2012. The service disruption seems to have been caused by a communications outage between our job server and it's slaved load generators in our cloud service provider, resulting in tests not starting or starting and then stalling completely. This problem has now been fully resolved and service should continue as usual
2012 July 30
Imagine you need to test how your site performs with thousands of users signing up every second, maybe you need to send an email to each one, how will your servers respond when you have 20 sign-ups a second? With the new Dynamic Random Data generator update to the Loadzen Recorder adding random dynamic data to your load test scenarios has never been easier.
2012 July 06
So you want to run a load test? We've created a quick and simple 2-minute guide for getting started with your first load test.