JMeter, Load & Continuous Performance Testing Platform

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  • The Performance Engineering Platform for DevOps

    Run and analyze JMeter and other open source-based load tests from anywhere in the world

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Performance Testing for APIs, Web & Mobile Apps.
Build. Scale. Analyze. Automate.


Use Your Favorite Open Source Tools to Build Your Tests


Run Hundreds of Load Tests in Parallel for up to 1 Million Concurrent Users From 25 Geo-Locations


View & Analyze Results in Real-Time


Configure Your Performance
and Integrate With Your
Continuous Delivery Platform.


Performance Testing for APIs, Web & Mobile Apps.
Build. Scale. Analyze. Automate.


Performance Testing as Code

Run massively scalable, open source-based performance tests against all of your apps, from web and mobile apps to microservices and APIs.

Write tests as code in domain specific language (DSL) to generate and instantly run JMeter tests without leaving your favorite application development tool. Use the same DSL to configure and launch tests using any major open source performance testing tool.

Validate performance at every software delivery stage.


Load Testing With Open Source Tools

Open Source Compatible

Design and execute load tests for up to 1 million concurrent users while using leading open source tools, such as: JMeter, Selenium, Gatling and Locust.

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Mobile Testing With JMeter

Mobile Performance Testing

Record real mobile device traffic and playback at any scale, from any geographic region, through real mobile network conditions. Generate secure and nonsecure traffic, testing mobile app, mobile web, wearables, and internet of things (IoT) endpoints.

Performance Testing

Continuous Integration Testing

Shift your performance testing left and make sure your code is tested for performance at every stage of the development lifecycle.

Embed tests into your delivery workflow and run them from behind the firewall or on the public cloud.