Automated performance testing

Ensure that your application will not go down even if your traffic raises to 300,000 visitors per hour. Zappletech is a performance testing company that assesses the speed, stability, and scalability of your software under various loads.

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Advantages of automation testing with Zappletech

1
Generate more revenue
Scalable products bring more money. Performance testing assures that your system will be able to handle an increasing number of users.
2
Create a great user experience
You lose clients if your pages take too long to load. We’ll do page speed testing and advise you on keeping load times under a few seconds.
3
Meet your sales goals
How much money are you ready to lose if you don’t know how many users your system can handle? We’ll make sure your system is up and running at all times.
4
Eliminate performance bottlenecks
If your software doesn’t perform well under the projected stress, we’ll figure out what causes the slowdown.

We provide the following performance testing types:

How well does your system operate when users are expected to be active? What are the limitations of performance? Do you have a strategy for resolving bandwidth issues? During application performance testing, we will answer all of your questions so that you can save your business from product failures. Today is a free consultation. Let’s discuss our cooperation!

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Performance testing of APIs and servers
A/B testing on the server-side is an experiment when the test variants are displayed directly on the webserver before being provided to the
client.
Load testing
Load testing is a technique for determining whether a system’s performance under heavy load has reached its limit. As a result, the number of calls increases, and we keep track of response times and throughput
Reliability testing
Reliability testing is a critical software testing approach used to guarantee that the software operates consistently in different environments and over a set time. It ensures that the product is free of flaws and suitable for its intended use.
Web app performance testing
Performance testing refers to the use of software tools to simulate how an application performs under various circumstances. Quantitative testing is concerned with scalability, stability, and interoperability
DevOps toolchain integration
Continuous integration and continuous delivery are essential DevOps ideas. By maintaining a healthy software development pipeline, the DevOps toolchain helps organizations achieve the promise of DevOps.
Scalability assessment and verification
Scalability testing of a software application aims to measure its capability to scale up or scale out in terms of its non-functional capacity. Software quality analysts usually combine performance, scalability, and reliability testing.
Stability testing
Stability testing is non-functional software testing used to assess a software application’s efficiency and capacity over a long time. Stability testing determines whether a system is stable or not.
Custom performance framework development
Zappletech aims to set up, execute, and analyze performance under load on Atlassian Server and Data Center product instances to ensure creating a custom performance framework
Database volume testing
Volume testing is a form of software testing that involves subjecting the software to a large data amount. It is also called flood testing. Volume testing is a great way to examine
databases.
Data management and configuration
Configuration management (CM) is a system engineering method for ensuring that a product’s performance and functional and physical qualities are consistent with its requirements, design, and operational data throughout its lifecycle.
Infrastructure management and configuration
Configuration management deals with the state of any given infrastructure or software system at any given time. Change management, in contrast, deals with how changes are made to those configurations.
Mobile app performance testing
Performance assessment means running simultaneous tests of the system response on a range of devices, checking the app’s performance at peak points of traffic loads, and ensuring that it’s stable under poor internet connection and supports device-specific transactions.
Stress testing
With stress testing, you can determine your system’s breaking point, monitor its performance during failures, and make sure it can recover after the fault.
why our services
Get increased flexibility and scalability
With our cloud-based test laboratories, we can simulate real-life traffic from many locations worldwide, meeting your flexibility and scalability requirements.
Study real-world performance
Before delivery, after any code updates, or ahead of projected demand peaks, we identify and evaluate realistic Performance Testing scenarios in your product or website.
Defects should be detected early in the SDLC
Our shift-left performance tests are built into the development process from the start, making them ideal for finding bottlenecks in continuous deployment and DevOps models.
With top-of-the-line tools, you can achieve speed and stability
We’ve collaborated with the industry’s major toolset suppliers and have extensive experience with both commercial and open-source performance testing and engineering tools.

The Most Frequently Observed Issues in Performance Testing

Developers check for performance symptoms and concerns during software performance testing. Slow answers and extended load times, for example, are frequently noticed and remedied. However, there are also more performance issues to be aware of:

1. Bottlenecking – When data flow is interrupted or paused due to a lack of capacity to manage the workload, this is known as bottlenecking.

2. Poor scalability – If software is unable to manage the desired number of concurrent processes, results may be delayed, mistakes may increase, or other unanticipated behavior may occur, affecting:

- Disk consumption.
- CPU utilization.
- There are memory leaks.
- Limitations of the operating system.
- Inadequate network configuration.
- Issues with software configuration – Frequently, settings are not set high enough to accommodate the workload.
- Inadequate hardware resources – Performance testing may uncover physical memory limits or CPUs that are underperforming.

What are the Performance Testing Metrics?

To understand the quality and effectiveness of performance testing, metrics are required. Improvements can’t be done unless measurements are taken. There are two definitions that need be discussed:

- Measurements – The information being gathered, such as the time it takes to respond to a request in seconds.
- Metrics are a type of calculation that employs measurements to determine the quality of a set of outcomes, such as the average response time (total response time/requests).

There are numerous approaches to assess speed, scalability, and stability, but it is unrealistic to expect each round of performance testing to include all of them.

Our performance testing process at a glance

We offer end-to-end web automation testing services, from roadmap planning to test tool selection, test execution, and test automation. You can accelerate software releases and reduce production defects by working with us.

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Carry out

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Improve

Automation testing and test cases

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Success

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Frequently Asked Questions:

The goal of performance testing is to discover an application’s breaking point. Endurance testing ensures that the program can withstand the predicted load for an extended length of time. Spike testing examines the software’s response to big spikes in user-generated load.

Performance testing can be used to assess a variety of success elements, including response times and potential errors. You may confidently detect bottlenecks, defects, and blunders with these performance results in hand, and decide how to optimize your application to eliminate the problem.

The first load tests should be performed by the quality assurance team as soon as several web pages are functional. Performance testing should be part of the daily testing regimen for each build of the product from that point forward.

Key Performance Indicators, or KPIs, are measures that allow us to measure our performance and success based on factors we deem relevant and vital. KPIs are used by organizations to assess themselves and their actions.

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Larry Goddard

Larry Goddard is the Test Automation Architect at Oxford University Press (OUP) with responsibility for developing the organisations
Testing Strategy and Framework. Larry is a member of BCS – The Chartered Institute for IT (MBCS), co-founder & CEO of the KLASSI brand,
Creator of 'klassi-js' a open-source Test Automation Framework, Larry is also a Mentor (Aleto Foundation, Black Girls in Tech and Private Individuals)
and Speaker at Tech Conferences and meet-ups dealing with and highlighting Test Automation.

Gáspár Nagy

Gáspár Nagy is the creator of SpecFlow, regular conference speaker, blogger, editor of the BDD Addict monthly newsletter, and co-author of the
books "Discovery: Explore behaviour using examples" and "Formulation: Document examples with Given/When/Then". Gáspár is an independent
coach, trainer and test automation expert focusing on helping teams implementing BDD and SpecFlow. He has more than 20 years of experience in
enterprise software development as he worked as an architect and agile developer coach.

Chris Hyde

I have extensive experience with test architecture, test suite/case management, and test direction for multiple projects. My development experience helps
with understanding how to componentize major test efforts into testable units, and also architecting test frameworks to mirror those of the systems under
test. Lead all aspects of Software Testing with resourcing, planning, allocation and ongoing support. Define, design, and drive implementation of test automation
architecture. Work with DevOps to ensure tests are run at the correct time, cadence, and phase of development process. Familiar with all modern JavaScript webapp
stacks - reactive frameworks, REST APIs(and their respective testing tools), microservices, SPA, AWS/Azure/GCP, big data (hadoop, spark, Postgres, MongoDB, etc).

Jonathon Wright

Jonathon Wright is a strategic thought leader and distinguished technology evangelist. He specializes in emerging technologies, innovation, and automation,
and has more than 25 years of international commercial experience within global organizations. He is the Chief Technology Evangelist for Eggplant a Keysight
Technologies company based in Cambridge in the UK. Jonathon combines his extensive practical experience and leadership with insights into real-world adoption
of Cognitive Engineering (Enterprise A.I. and AIOps). Thus, he is frequently in demand as a speaker at international conferences such as TEDx, Gartner, Oracle,
AI Summit, ITWeb, EuroSTAR, STAREast, STARWest, UKSTAR, Guild Conferences, Swiss Testing Days, Unicom, DevOps Summit, TestExpo and Vivit Community.
In his spare time he is the QA advisory lead for MIT for the COVID Paths Check foundation throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. He is also a member of
Harvard Business Council, A.I. Alliance for the European Commission, chair of the review committee for the ISO-IEC 29119 part 8 “Model-Based Testing”
and part 11 for the “Testing of A.I. based systems” for the British Computer Society (BCS SIGiST). Jonathon also hosts the QA lead (based in Canada) and the
author of several award-winning books (2010 – 2022) the latest with Rex Black on ‘AI for Testing’.

Thomas Haver

Thomas is presently serving as a Test Automation Architect. He leads a team of testers, ops engineers, and production support analysts in the adoption of
DevOps practices. Previously, he led the enterprise automation support of 73 applications at Huntington National Bank that encompassed testing, metrics
reporting, and data management. Thomas has a background in Physics & Biophysics, with over a decade spent in research science studying
fluorescence spectroscopy and microscopy before joining IT.

Eran Kinsbruner

Expert in Continuous testing of web and mobile apps, DevOps and Agile practices, SAST as well as product marketer with strong GTM vision. Amazon best selling author of a trilogy
of books (https://www.amazon.com/Eran-Kinsbruner/e/B07RK5SZH9%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share)
- The Digital Quality Handbook
- Continuous Testing for DevOps Professional
- Accelerating Software Quality in DevOps using AI and ML.
Industry thought leader, keynote speaker, blogger, industry event committee member (QA Global Summit), and author of the quarterly digital test coverage index report.
A contributor for InfoWorld.com (http://www.infoworld.com/author/Eran-Kinsbruner/) and for the EnterprisersProject (https://enterprisersproject.com/user/eran-kinsbruner).
Advisory board member for startups.
Certified:
ISTQB foundation level certified.
PMI (Pragmatic Institute Foundations) Certified
various quality related awards as well as 1 registered patent.
Meetup host for mobile Dev and Test TLV and Boston.
Speaking History:
StarEast, StarWest, DevOps East/West, Quest, STPCon, AutomationGuild, AndroidSummit, TISQA, TestExpo UK, Meetups, Webinars, Podcasts, All Day DevOps, QA Global Summit and many more.

Nikolaj Tolkačiov

Because I'm lazy and easily bored, I tend to automate everything I can, if I need to do something twice that is a good indication that something
is off. My automation experience suit includes mobile, gherkin, web, C#, Java, JavaScript, C++, Ruby, and multiple frameworks. I do coding and
“DevOps'ing” too because I gain most of the value not deep-diving into one framework or discipline, but generalizing in the whole spectrum of
software engineering. This generalist point of view allows me to see some issues from different angles and come up with more solutions to solve problems.

Adam Sandman

Adam Sandman was a programmer from the age of 10 and has been working in the IT industry for the past 20 years in areas such as architecture,
agile development, testing and project management. Adam is the Founder and CEO of Inflectra Corporation, where he is interested in technology,
business and enabling people to follow their passions.
At Inflectra, Adam has been responsible for researching the tools, technologies and processes in the software testing and quality assurance space.
Adam has previously spoken at StarEast (2021), TestCon (2021), JFTL (2021), STAR West (2020, 2021), Agile DevOps West (2020, 2021),
STPCon (2018 - 2020), Swiss Testing Day (2019, 2020), EuroSTAR 2020, InflectraCon (2019, 2020), TestingMind (2019, 2020) and STAR Canada (2019).

Larissa Rosochansky

A seasoned professional with over 21 years of experience in IT, Larissa is a strategist, innovator, consultant, and product manager focused on delivering value to
the customer using Lean Digital Transformation overseeing all efforts for a given Value Stream. Before that, she led the Intelligent Automation Offering for Brazil
Market at Avanade and the Global Automation Brazil Program, Test Practice, and its Go to Market activities at IBM Brazil.
Larissa holds a Law degree and a specialization in Software Engineering and she is a certified PMP by PMI, ITIL Foundation by EXIN, Certified SAFEe 5 Lean Portfolio
Manager, and PSM I by Scrum.org, and has the IT Specialist Level 2 - Test Discipline Badge and Design Thinking Co-Creator Badge from IBM.

Jenna Charlton

I began speaking in 2018 at CodeMash in Sandusky Ohio where my first talk How Pro Wrestling Made Me A World Champion Tester put me on the proverbial map.
Since then I’ve given far more serious talks at conferences like TestBash and Star. In 2020 I was a keynote at STARWest Virtual testing conference and I was on the selection
committees for STARWest 2021 and Agile Testing Days USA as well as host for TestBash Home 2020 and 2021. I am an occasional tech blogger, trainer, product owner, and
always a tester, but the accomplishments I’m most proud of are my ordination as a deacon at South Euclid UCC in 2016 and my long and happy marriage to my spouse for
the past 11 years.