Our competitors have done a great job.
But we have to move on and do more, better, more convenient!
Although our principle is "less words but more action", you will still want to know the difference.
Therefore, we have collected information for you about how some functions are implemented in various tools. Let's consider each of these tasks separately, since when summarizing the list of features in the form of a table, it may seem that all programs are the same.
To better understand the ideology of projects, let's start with the simplest example: a project with a single request that will be simulated once.
Another example without virtual users: 4 consecutive requests to two servers, this is a common scenario.
A simple example of a load test in the form of a group of 10 virtual users cyclically sending one request within 5 seconds.
A complex test plan contains several stages that are performed sequentially. Each stage contains several groups of virtual users running in parallel.
One of the scenarios is used in two stages.
In most client applications, including web page code, some requests are executed in parallel in different connections.
Parallel execution is implemented using asynchronous requests.
Increasing the load generation capacity and/or distributed testing from different geofences is possible with the help of agents.