I don’t normally mention press releases, but this is one for some folks I know and respect. I have worked with the ProtoTest team in the past with great success. This is not a sponsored post. So, with that out of the way…
Are you looking for a load and performance testing solution? In particular, are you on that “holy grail” quest for testing in which you know how much it will cost before you start? LoadLabs was announced today and it may be just what you’re after.
I was fortunate to experience a preview (or beta) test of this service a few months back and was very impressed by the process – and the staff. It was a very positive experience and we got some great results. I definitely recommend them.
Here’s the press release:
ProtoTest, Denver’s quality assurance gurus, have just announced the launch of LoadLabs – the first and only flat-rate load and performance testing solution (www.LoadLabs.com). LoadLabs represents a completely new way to think about load and performance testing.
“Now, website and online application developers have a real alternative to companies and consultants that don’t offer upfront pricing. So far, that type of fixed-cost solution hasn’t existed. We saw a huge opportunity to create an affordable solution, and we jumped on it,” said Lawrence Nuanez, one of the developers of LoadLabs.
LoadLabs takes the hassle of load testing off your plate and helps deliver improved online app and website performance in the most cost-effective way possible. Other load test services offer price “estimates,” which create a significant barrier to determining the cost-effectiveness of a test. With LoadLabs, that variable has been eliminated.
Tests are done in about a week, and reports provide both top-line and highly detailed information. Retests are also included, so you can make sure your sites and apps work the way they are supposed to before they go live.
“Having detailed results within a week without buying expensive software, and having additional staff at this price point, is simply amazing,” said David Barclay, LoadLabs customer and Director of Technology at Medical Media Holdings.