1. What’s a Virtual User?
Virtual Users (VUs) refers to the concurrent users generated during your load tests to execute your tests. We have 4 different pricing structures that can be customized to fit your VU needs.
2. Define ‘Load Testing Hours’
Load Testing Hours refers to the summation of durations of all the tests executed. For example, if you run 10 tests and each test runs for two hours, you’d need 20 load testing hours to execute those tests.
3. What does maximum test duration refer to?
Maximum Test Duration refers to the maximum period that a test can run for. For example, if your load test was planned to run for one hour, it would fall within the maximum duration and can be executed.
Please contact us if you require tests that need to run for longer durations.
4. Do you have Monthly Plans?
Currently we do not offer monthly plans.
5. What does concurrent load tests mean?
Concurrent load tests means the number of load tests you can run at the same time. For example, if you have 2 production environments and you’d like to run load tests in both of these environments with 2,500 VUs each (2 concurrent tests), you would be able to do that with our Premium Plan (because the total number of VUs must add up to the number specified in your plan. The Premium Plan includes 5,000 VUs). In this case, you could alternatively run 5 tests at the same time with 1000 VUs per test. You cannot run concurrent tests with a number of VUs that exceeds your plan.