Holiday Readiness and what your load testing tool should be able to do
The performance testing world is filled with vital information about the need for great web and app performance and why it is so important.-We, and pretty much all of our peers are extensively covering the topic, be it in webinars or blogs/white papers, etc. We hope you take our advice seriously, because we really don’t want you to become a victim of the statistics:
- Two seconds is how quickly users’ expect a site to load. (Does yours load within this speed?)
- 61 percent of users are unlikely to return to a site if they’d had trouble viewing it.
- 37 percent of consumers will shop elsewhere if a mobile site or app fails to load in three seconds. (Now you know what happens if you answered “no” to the first bullet.)
I recently covered best practices when it comes to holiday readiness testing and we know you know how performance issues result in unpleasant business implications. Why would you risk facing negative reviews, brand damage and loss revenue?
Today I will quickly recap the minimum set of features and capabilities your load testing tool should have. At the end of the day, you rely on it to pinpoint your performance problems, so you can find and fix them application issues faster.
Mission critical features your load testing tool include:
Read the entire article here, Holiday Readiness and what your load testing tool should be able to do
via the fine folks at HP Enterprise.