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https://dudodiprj2sv7.cloudfront.net/product-logos/jz/co/2GKDAB3ZB63G.pngLoadComplete: Great software but lacks proper supportWe use loadcomplete in the QA and Tech Ops department. We use it to test the speed and load of several applications we develop in-house. We use LoadComplete to create reports and report any issues that we may notice during a certain load. As we develop new applications to update our old ones we will be using LoadComplete from day 1 to make sure our new application does not cause any performance issues to our server as well as have the best experience for our customers.,Able to generate detailed reports. Displays graphs during load testing to show the user (Performance Engineer) where a bottleneck occurred. Ability to run tests in the cloud. Port test scripts from TestComplete.,Some graphs remain empty, I would like a description of why a certain graph cannot gather data. Allow user to customize the graph.,9,Negative: Licensing fees are too expensive. Positive: Able to generate and present reports, Able to show developers where bottleneck shows up. Positive: Easy to understand software to train new users.,NeotysLoadComplete - Smart and fast tool for load tests development.We use LoadComplete to generate traffic in our applications. The common task is to check how an application works after one or few components were changed - e.g. after migration to a new database or after a new module was connected to the system. Our QA Department does control of performance changes and provides a detailed report to our system analytics and developers. As a little bonus, although LoadComplete is not a tool for API testing, it can run API calls, and sometimes it is rather helpful for us.,Smart built-in data correlation. Automatically helps to correlate different dynamic parameters like user session ids, authorization tokens, db-identifiers and so on. Works very fast and save your time for test development. Record & Play feature - LoadComplete can record application servers' metrics like CPU and memory usage.,Rather slow work with logging, especially on long tests. Test logs can occupy a big memory space. Coding is not presented in LoadComplete, we can use only predefined features, so we have some limitations in test development.,9,Many built-in features (like auto data correlation, load distributing etc) will save time for development.,JMeter,JMeter
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December 12, 2017

Review: "LoadComplete: Great software but lacks proper support"

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We use loadcomplete in the QA and Tech Ops department. We use it to test the speed and load of several applications we develop in-house. We use LoadComplete to create reports and report any issues that we may notice during a certain load. As we develop new applications to update our old ones we will be using LoadComplete from day 1 to make sure our new application does not cause any performance issues to our server as well as have the best experience for our customers.
  • Able to generate detailed reports.
  • Displays graphs during load testing to show the user (Performance Engineer) where a bottleneck occurred.
  • Ability to run tests in the cloud.
  • Port test scripts from TestComplete.
  • Some graphs remain empty, I would like a description of why a certain graph cannot gather data.
  • Allow user to customize the graph.
Loadcomplete is well suited if you have testcomplete. The ability to port over automation tests to turn into Performance tests is one of the best features the company can offer. With the proper training anyone can use loadcomplete, especially if you write your own scripts.

If loadcomplete is not paired with testcomplete, there could be a bit of a learning curve. One feature I don't like about LoadComplete is the lack to write your own scripts. You must do the play back, record and update several variables if you are to have dynamic tests.
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October 09, 2017

Review: "LoadComplete - Smart and fast tool for load tests development."

Score 9 out of 10
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We use LoadComplete to generate traffic in our applications. The common task is to check how an application works after one or few components were changed - e.g. after migration to a new database or after a new module was connected to the system. Our QA Department does control of performance changes and provides a detailed report to our system analytics and developers.

As a little bonus, although LoadComplete is not a tool for API testing, it can run API calls, and sometimes it is rather helpful for us.
  • Smart built-in data correlation. Automatically helps to correlate different dynamic parameters like user session ids, authorization tokens, db-identifiers and so on. Works very fast and save your time for test development.
  • Record & Play feature - LoadComplete can record application servers' metrics like CPU and memory usage.
  • Rather slow work with logging, especially on long tests. Test logs can occupy a big memory space.
  • Coding is not presented in LoadComplete, we can use only predefined features, so we have some limitations in test development.
Good solution for fast development of load tests, especially for staff without programming skills.
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End to end performance management (2)
7.5
Integrated performance data (1)
7
Deployment model flexibility (2)
9.0
Real time monitoring (2)
8.5
Automated anomaly detection (1)
7

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