Security and Assessment Provider Improves Web Site With WebLOAD
- Real-world performance measures
- Seamless integration
When Remington MicroShare, a Chicago-based provider of security and assessment services, wanted to enhance its Web site and improve
performance under load, the company turned to RadView's WebLOAD. WebLOAD simulates Internet user behavior, predicts capability requirements and reports bottlenecks, constraints and weak
links, which has saved Remington downtime, lost sales and lost customers.
Remington's Web technology testing services uses WebLOAD to verify application
scalability and integrity for its growing roster of e-business customers.
"Remington MicroShare selected RadView because its WebLOAD solution
combines scalability and integrity testing into a single, standards-based process to ensure that our clients' Web applications perform correctly under realistic
production conditions," says Terry Kurzynski, vice president of marketing and business development for Remington MicroShare.
WebLOAD seamlessly integrates performance data from Microsoft Windows, Linux and UNIX operating systems, allowing users to integrate and correlate
performance and system information data for a comprehensive picture of their Web applications. Data drilling enables users to view transaction successes and failures
and verify the functional integrity of Web applications at the per-client and per-transaction levels.
The WebLOAD Internet Productivity Pack enables native testing of nonHTTP
With WebLOAD, organizations can begin testing early in the development process and use the same scripts and tools right through deployment and production. The
WebLOAD console includes more than 100 real-time graphical and statistical results of test sessions.
Since its implementation, WebLOAD has helped provide Remington powerful
performance, testing and analysis capabilities, faster resolution and accelerated e-business success for its customers.