Load and Stress Testing for eCommerce Websites
The fact that your website can handle your current traffic load doesn’t mean it will be able to hold up to a jump in traffic – and with luck, your eCommerce website will ultimately be seeing just that. How do you make sure your website will measure up to the pressure of new users and an increase of activity? By nipping the problem in the bud before it ever happens, with load testing.
What Happens During a Load Test for eCommerce?
Load testing purposefully puts stress on your eCommerce website, simulating the instance of a large number of users hitting your website at once. The test can be performed using different variables (such as the number of visitors), and can be automated via the use of programs designed specifically for testing purposes. Clarity, for example, uses Visual Studio Load Testing remote services.
Clarity’s Method of Load Testing and Stress Testing
The test can be performed using different variables (such as the number of visitors), and can be automated via the use of programs designed specifically for testing purposes.
Clarity’s emphasis is on application quality throughout the development of your eCommerce website, which means we use Visual Studio not just at the end of development, but throughout. This allows us to work through any kinks during the precise stage at which they arise. Ultimately, we want your website to be able to cope with every single real-world demand it encounters. These include, but are not limited to, end-user responsiveness, throughput, system stability, and scalability.
eCommerce Website Load Testing in Austin, TX
When you choose web development services or website integration with Clarity, we can minimize risk and put your fears to rest. Moreover, we can address needs early in your project’s life cycle, when they will be easier and less costly to correct. Allow your website to have the best chance possible to thrive, and choose Clarity for your eCommerce website development and load testing.