Tricentis NeoLoad

Tricentis NeoLoad
Formerly Neotys NeoLoad

Score 8.5 out of 10
Tricentis NeoLoad


What is Tricentis NeoLoad?

Tricentis NeoLoad is a solution for continuous performance testing software to automate API and application load testing. It was developed by the French company Neotys and acquired by Tricentis, along with the company, in March 2021.
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9 out of 10
July 30, 2021
We have found Neoload a very interesting tool work with. It is being used by the whole organization. It provides automated script creation …
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How Tricentis NeoLoad Differs From Its Competitors

Testing at Scale

Overall, Tricentis NeoLoad can help teams implement performance testing at scale by providing automation, collaboration, integration, and customization capabilities that enable them to test the performance of their applications more efficiently and effectively.
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Testing Velocity

Overall, Tricentis NeoLoad provides automation, visual tools, and tracking and management capabilities that enable teams to streamline the testing process and reduce the time and effort needed to set up, execute, and maintain performance tests.
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Testing at Scale

WIth the help of Tricentis NeoLoad, in a company multiple testers can work on the multiple Websites or API whose testing needs to be performed parallely because of automated performance testing giving a massive increase in the company ability. You can perform testing on your multiple websites, API …
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Testing Velocity

Automated performace testing, that's it. It has helped many organizations to accept more projects at a time. Reporting and analytics are very advanced and easy to use. Integration is also easy.If any company is working on multiple websites, this solution is best for them. Free trial is also …
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Testing at Scale

Tricentis NeoLoad was used across the organizations and multiple developers who were working on different websites, could easily ask the testing team to carry out automated performance testing simultaneously. This helped the organization deliver multiple projects parallelly and helped the company …
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Testing Velocity

Tricentis NeoLoad has completely changed the way we perform testing in the organization now. We now have multiple members in the testing team carrying out testing on multiple different deliverable projects simultaneously. This has helped the organization take on more projects at a time. Thanks to …
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Testing at Scale

We use NeoLoad, Neoload Web, Jira, Xray, and Jenkins. NeoLoad is used for performance testing, and NeoLoad Web shows the results in the intranet. We are not only running manual performance tests. We have also implemented automated performance tests using Jenkins. The results of the automated …
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Testing Velocity

At the beginning of performance testing in our organization, we used Jmeter with high efforts of script maintenance. With NeoLoad, we increased the test coverage from 10% to 90% with 7 times greater system coverage. In addition, we implemented load and performance tests with NeoLoad, which are …
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Testing at Scale

This is a problem that we are trying to address currently. We want to build a robust, automated performance testing framework that could be used by multiple people across our Organization, thereby reducing our effort in supporting simple tasks. The previous tool that we were using was very poor …
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Testing Velocity

Maintenance is really easy with Tricentis NeoLoad - we can repair an existing user path without having to re-record. This saves a lot of time, especially if there are multiple builds with code changes of a target application. We had to discard the current script and re-record a new one each time a …
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  • $20,000 per year with 300 virtual users
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Product Details

What is Tricentis NeoLoad?

NeoLoad is a performance and load testing solution to help deliver responsive, scalable and reliable applications in production to avoid loss of customers and revenue. It works by testing for performance issues early into the development process at the API level to find issues when they are easy to fix. It also works by hitting the full application with high load in an end-to-end testing environment that simulates what the end user will experience, all while delivering the fastest approach to test design and test maintenance.

Tricentis NeoLoad Features

  • Supported: Performance test automation
  • Supported: Real time test analysis with APM data
  • Supported: Cloud based load generation
  • Supported: As-code performance testing for advances users
  • Supported: Resource reservation
  • Supported: Workspaces
  • Supported: Advanced protocol support
  • Supported: Browser-based testing

Tricentis NeoLoad Screenshots

Screenshot of Code-less design — loops, conditions, and other drag and drop controls simplify test design creation, and JavaScript can still be used for extremely advanced cases.Screenshot of CI/CD integrations — collaborate across dev, QA, operations, and business teams to create a standardized performance testing approach throughout the enterprise.Screenshot of Real-time test results — analyze test results live to react to an anomaly before the test is over. And leverage in-depth test reporting when the test is completed.Screenshot of Collaborate on test result as the test is runningScreenshot of Configure SaaS-based performance testScreenshot of Dashboard for team analysis

Tricentis NeoLoad Videos

How To Connect The Controller To NeoLoad Web
How To Export Project in NeoLoad Web
Create Cloud Based Test Settings
How to View and Share Dashboard Results

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Tricentis NeoLoad Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsWindows, Linux, Mac
Mobile ApplicationNo
Supported CountriesGlobal
Supported LanguagesEnglish, French

Frequently Asked Questions

Tricentis NeoLoad is a solution for continuous performance testing software to automate API and application load testing. It was developed by the French company Neotys and acquired by Tricentis, along with the company, in March 2021.

Tricentis NeoLoad starts at $20000.

Micro Focus LoadRunner, BlazeMeter, and Apache JMeter are common alternatives for Tricentis NeoLoad.

Reviewers rate Support Rating highest, with a score of 7.

The most common users of Tricentis NeoLoad are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees).
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Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Tricentis NeoLoad is typically used by quality assurance (QA) teams to ensure that web applications and APIs can handle the expected traffic and usage patterns. This is especially important for applications that are critical to the business, such as e-commerce websites or customer-facing applications that need to be available and responsive at all times. The scope of use for Tricentis NeoLoad can vary depending on the specific needs of each team. Some teams may use it for periodic testing to ensure ongoing performance and scalability, while others may use it as part of a continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) pipeline to test performance at each stage of the development process.
  • Simulating realistic user behavior: Tricentis NeoLoad allows users to define the actions that simulated users will take when accessing a website or application. This can include clicking links, filling out forms, and accessing specific pages or resources. This allows organizations to test the performance of their applications under realistic conditions.
  • Testing the performance of APIs: Tricentis NeoLoad can be used to test the performance of APIs by simulating multiple requests and measuring the response times and error rates. This can help organizations ensure that their APIs can handle the expected traffic and usage patterns.
  • Identifying performance bottlenecks: Tricentis NeoLoad can identify performance bottlenecks by measuring response times, throughput, and error rates at various points in the application. This can help organizations pinpoint the specific parts of their applications that are causing performance issues and take steps to address them.
  • Testing the scalability of applications: Tricentis NeoLoad can simulate increasing loads on an application to test its scalability and identify the point at which it starts to degrade in performance. This can help organizations ensure that their applications can handle expected traffic growth and unexpected spikes in usage.
  • Generating detailed reports: Tricentis NeoLoad generates detailed reports that provide insights into the performance of an application, including response times, throughput, error rates, and other key metrics. These reports can be used to identify performance issues and track progress over time.
  • Ease of use: Some users find certain features or aspects of the interface to be confusing or hard to use. Improving the overall usability of the tool could make it more accessible and easier for users to get up and running with it.
  • Integration with other tools: Tricentis NeoLoad does not have many integrations with other tools. Adding more integrations with popular tools and platforms could make it easier for users to work with Tricentis NeoLoad as part of their overall workflow.
  • Mobile testing: Some users wish that Tricentis NeoLoad had more robust support for testing the performance of mobile applications. This could include the ability to simulate different mobile devices and networks, as well as the ability to test the performance of native mobile apps.
  • Cloud support: Tricentis NeoLoad does not have as much support for cloud-based applications and infrastructure. Adding more support for testing the performance of applications hosted in the cloud could be a useful feature for some users.
  • Advanced scripting capabilities: While Tricentis NeoLoad does offer some scripting capabilities, it would be nice to have more advanced options for customizing and automating load testing scenarios. Adding more advanced scripting capabilities could make it easier for users to create complex load testing scenarios.
Here are some specific scenarios where Tricentis NeoLoad might be well-suited:
  • Performance testing of web applications: Tricentis NeoLoad is well-suited for testing the performance of web applications under heavy loads. It can simulate multiple users accessing the application simultaneously and measure response times, throughput, and error rates to identify bottlenecks and potential failure points.
  • Testing the scalability of APIs: Tricentis NeoLoad is well-suited for testing the scalability of APIs. It can simulate increasing loads on an API and measure the response times and error rates to identify the point at which performance starts to degrade.
  • Identifying performance bottlenecks: Tricentis NeoLoad can be used to identify performance bottlenecks in web applications and APIs by measuring response times, throughput, and error rates at various points in the application. This can help organizations pinpoint the specific parts of their applications that are causing performance issues and take steps to address them.

Here are some scenarios where Tricentis NeoLoad might be less appropriate:
  • Testing the performance of native mobile applications: Tricentis NeoLoad is primarily focused on testing the performance of web applications and APIs. It does not have as much support for testing the performance of native mobile applications.
  • Testing the performance of applications hosted in the cloud: Tricentis NeoLoad does not have as much support for testing the performance of applications hosted in the cloud. It may be less well-suited for testing the performance of cloud-based applications and infrastructure.
  • Advanced scripting and customization: While Tricentis NeoLoad does offer some scripting and customization capabilities, it is not as well-suited for users who need more advanced options for customizing and automating load testing scenarios.
December 28, 2022

Tricentis NeoLoad

Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Tricentis NeoLoad is one of the best automated performance testing tool available out there. It saves a lot of time due to its automation functionality. You can test the websites, Application programming interfaces under development. Due to its functionality, companies can grab multiple opportunities as it saves company's lot of times.
  • Website testing
  • API testing
  • Testing automation
  • Problem patterns are not identified using Tricentis NeoLoad
  • Reporting dashboard functionalities are limited. Analyzing test results can be difficult.
  • Premium Free version is not available.
Tricentis NeoLoad is best suitable for companies or organization who are working on multiple websites. Its functionality of Automated performance testing has allowed testers to deliver maximum projects in comparatively very less time giving an edge and advantage to the company. It's user interface is also very easy and friendly to use.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Tricentis NeoLoad is an automated performance testing tool used by organizations to carry out automated testing of performance of an API or a website itself. We had used Tricentis NeoLoad for performance testing of multiple websites that were under development at that time. We found out that the testing team was able to do their task much more efficiently with the help of this tool for reporting as well as testing.
  • Automated testing
  • Continuous integration
  • Version control
  • Export project file in an automated way
  • Better developer documentation
We had used Tricentis NeoLoad for performance testing of our hosted websites. Earlier, we had a team of manual testers who were responsible for giving us stats like load time, refresh rate, etc. of the website manually, but now that team is more focused on carrying out automated testing, that has helped them do their task more efficiently.
Wolfgang Gaida | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We like to have easy-to-maintain test cases. That’s why we shifted load and performance tests from JMeter to Neoload. Currently, we are testing web applications automated. SAP is in the queue. But there are several learnings: In preparing the tests, we need a storybook or a TOSCA automated end-to-end test case to minimize the effort during scripting. This also contains login information and test data. No try and error during scripting! The execution phase is an online meeting that acts as a war room where all necessary stakeholders are invited. They are responsible for monitoring the systems and collecting traces. In the analysis phase, all collected information is consolidated into a report. The results are discussed in the result meeting. Here we decide on measures and next steps. We learned that load testing is a team sport.
  • Recording of test cases
  • Reporting the results
  • Maintaining the scripts
  • Usability of the GUI
  • Licence polica
Well suited: Web applications in intranet or internet - The results are reported in a well-organized report which can be the basis for further and deep analysis, which is the basis for defects and corrections resp. maintenance and some tuning measured by development. Less appropriate: We also tested SAP apps, but we have less experience here.
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use Tricentis NeoLoad for our performance testing and engineering requirements. As a Product based company, we develop and maintain multiple products that are being used by millions of users worldwide. Therefore it is in our culture to give extreme importance to Application Performance. That being said, I work in a centralized team that is responsible for measuring, identifying, and tuning performance issues across all the products that go out of the Company, and also addressing issues faced by the customers. We need a solid tool for recording the real-world use cases, scripting them, and designing performance scenarios that are as close to how it happens in production and Tricentis NeoLoad addresses our needs on a daily basis. Though Tricentis NeoLoad can also be used for other purposes such as functional and security testing, we use it extensively only for various types of performance testing.
  • User friendly GUI
  • Strong support for correlations
  • Minimal coding requirements
  • Stable, does not crash even under heavy load
  • Integration with third-party tools. I cannot stream NL test data to a third-party DB and then plot graphs out of it.
  • Keyboard shortcuts. It is tedious to use the mouse to click everywhere. I'd love to have some keyboard shortcuts
  • Reports and Analytics. Lacks intelligence in identifying patterns of problems
Before purchasing Tricentis NeoLoad, we were using a similar Javascript-based tool from another vendor for years. The major issue we were facing was it was very unstable. We were not confident that we would get a test run successfully, especially if the test is heavy. Ex: A 24-hour load test with 3500 users. It used to crash at the end of the test, trying to pull data points, and we'd lose our precious 24 hours! Tricentis NeoLoad totally aces when it comes to stability. I can easily run the same test without having to worry about crashes or slowness. It also reduces the amount of coding that I had to do with the previous tool and saves much time. However, what I miss compared to the previous tool was flexibility. I could plug the previous tool with any third-party DB, stream and store the test data in a time-series DB, and then plot-important graphs out of it. Though Tricentis NeoLoad provides visuals by default, it does not provide any support for third-party integration.
July 30, 2021

Thumbs Up!

Fahad Ali | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We have found Neoload a very interesting tool work with. It is being used by the whole organization. It provides automated script creation & the integration opportunities with several other products is a real good one. Its ease of setup & uses as well. Further; non-tech person can also easily use this tool without facing any sort of trouble.
  • Neoload's tool provide an interface to reuse the existing recording which is such a big relief to users.
  • It is also the ability to automate technologies such as SAP, Cicatrix & web sockets.
  • Apart from the update of recorded response after replay; log is one of the greatest feature. It helps in partial script creation & modification.
  • It takes longer than expect to connect with Load Generator machine, caused in failure of test launch.
  • It should support others languages apart from java-script.
  • Code based automation is missing, which leads little frustration.
Overall its great performance tool with easy GUI & improvements in the automation of script plus innovation in new technology. A robust & reliable platform that suits all our needs. I have been dealing with Neoload for about 3 years & have found the level of product support to be very high.
but in other view it doesn't fulfill the customize reports which is essential & trending.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use it for performance testing in staging environments for SAP systems. It helps preventing users from adopting the latest features that are deployed on our systems, and is part of our standard DevOps cycle. It's great to throw hundreds of simulated load on our systems and make sure they're still capable of running smoothly.
  • Niche experts on performance testing
  • Works across a wide range of technologies, including mobile
  • Easy script manipulation through xpath and JS
  • Limited capabilities on virtual environments
  • No autosave feature
  • Weak code editor for scripting
Because it supports a wide range of protocols, Neotys NeoLoad is a must for performance testing. While we use it primarily for SAP technologies ourselves, it can easy be used in end-to-end scenarios. It makes the staging a lot more secure and gives fundamental quality indicators to anyone involved during and after GoLive.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I've used it for load balance testing for user scenarios and api limit and stress testing.
  • You can build automated testing flows
  • You can hit apis with specific data requests
  • You can manage variables and data sets for your tests
  • NeoLoad is highly customizable. If anything having a faster way to load general testing templates or choose them from pre-made libraries might be helpful.
If you need to stress test an API or web app, or even for general automated testing, NeoLoad can handle anything you need.
There are great online resources available.
In being flexible to meet all needs, it is very bare bones by design, but this could be a considered a feature and not a bug.
Craig Solinski | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Developers use NeoLoad to identify points of failure or potential bottlenecks when placing their transactions under heavy load. Developers using NeoLoad were able to identify bottlenecks and fix/change the code, SQL, increase CPU/Memory, File Handles, Cluster VM's etc, that would not have been apparent under normal testing conditions BEFORE experiencing problems in Production. Also with Production code, we identified the true cause of unknown production slowness.
  • Ability to segment a 'Type' of users in a mix of users.
  • Ability to throttle transaction volume at increasing rates while identifying crucial throughput/failure points.
  • Ability to test changes like switching to a different Database with precise throughput transaction metrics.
  • Building Test Plans takes time. When the input fields of page changes it breaks the previous plan. The tool would be better if it had a way to migrate an existing plan and adapt to small changes.
  • Documentation is fair, but would be improved with more detailed screenshot by screenshot configuration changes rather than summation using words.
Using NeoLoad we were able to rapidly validate that a switch from an expensive Database product to a low-cost Database product was, in fact, viable. The maximum transaction capability was nearly identical, and the type of message the DB products would produce when exceeding their configured capability.
Using NeoLoad we are able to predict and tune/remedy high throughput transaction rate problems BEFORE they occur in Production.
Dirk Schweier | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
As performance test engineers we support our own software engineering and customers with performance testing.

In both cases, the stakeholders want to make sure that the software has a good performance. The performance is an important argument for customers to like or dislike an application. So more and more requirement engineers define performance requirements in an early stage of the project. Based on those requirements and formerly metrics we can provide reliable and reproducible performance results for the current version in various test environments. These results are used by software engineers and system administrators to optimize software and configuration.

The result of the next test run can demonstrate the effect of changes and this is also an important feedback to the team. So NeoLoad helps to improve the performance of web applications and also web services.
  • NeoLoad supports performance test engineers with a strong feature set to analyse the results. The first metric you have in mind is response time of the application. The metric satisfies the stakeholder if it meets the requirements. Otherwise, the stakeholder wants to know some comments and suggestions for improvement. I rely on the data gathered by monitoring agents when I analyse test results. The monitoring agent is a service which collects different counters from an operating system, databases, web server, etc. The results can be analysed in individual composed graphs. This is a powerful feature to deliver conclusive reports to stakeholders. Even the export of reports in various formats is helpful for communication with different stakeholders.
  • Our customers like the flexible license model of NeoLoad. A usual performance test project starts with the development of tests and configuration of the test environment. Finally, there is a first test execution followed by a couple of additional test executions. Usually, it is hard to say how long it takes to implement the issues based on the test results. So we usually do not know how long is the period between first and last test execution. It does not matter how long the period might be. In most of our projects we prefer daily licenses of NeoLoad. If you buy e.g. a four-day license you can use NeoLoad at four different days.
  • As a performance test engineer, I like the impressive APIs of NeoLoad. NeoLoad is just a performance test tool and the vendor Neotys is focused on this job. Whenever you would like to add something into a test scenario which is not mainly a performance issue you can integrate these parts by APIs which are easy to handle and very powerful. They also support you in case technologies which are not supported yet by NeoLoad. Maybe there is a new device which you want to monitor. Therefore you can report the measurements of the specific counters by the data exchange API during test execution. So you can analyse the data in the usual way. In our company we developed already a couple of features based on the APIs of NeoLoad and we are very happy with this flexibility.
  • NeoLoad allows the user many switches and options. Sometimes it is hard to understand dependencies. But the documentation and the support helps you.
  • In most projects it is necessary to develop small scripts. NeoLoad only supports JavaScript and the editor is weak. There is syntax highlighting but sometimes you can not see where the cursor is located exactly. NeoLoad supports a workaround if you register .js-files in Windows to a different editor.
NeoLoad is a very comprehensive tool if you are looking for a performance test tool for web applications and other applications using protocols like REST, SOAP, etc. The concepts are easy to understand and mostly clear. This enables you to develop very fast tests with a very good flexibility regarding the number of virtual users, the mixture of scripts, locations where load is generated or there is load variation. In consulting projects it is very helpful that project data and reports can be viewed by NeoLoad without the need of a license.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Neoload has been used across the university for performance and loading testing activities. Primarily it has been used to gauge application response time, bottlenecks like memory, disk, processor, process, cache, and network usage. In addition to the bottlenecks mentioned above, Neoload has been used for performance measurement with number of users.
  • Neoload is good for performance measurement of memory, CPU, and network usage.
  • Neoload cannot be for running performance testing on Citrix applications.

Neoload is suited for the following scenarios:

-Performance Testing of web based applications
-Check for application bottlenecks
-Performance measure of multiple users accessing an application
-Performance measurement of network activity
-Check for memory leakage
-Measure throughput

Neoload provides metrics that can be used to track the overall stability of the application before deploying it to production.
Arpita Choudhury | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
NeoLoad is used for the Genworth account for which Tata Consultancy Service has a contract for quality assurance. It is a user friendly tool and we did not encounter any problems. NeoLoad is now widely spread across various accounts in our company. The recent version of NeoLoad has all the properties which are needed to test an application.
  • NeoLoad does not require much of scripting efforts, and correlation and parameterization are quite easy.
  • It has some actions which are very useful like variable modifier and java scripts.
  • The data collection for monitors is easy and less time consuming.
  • The memory consumption is higher which slows down the system.
  • The concept of team server can be improved in such a way that every time we design a project, it doesn't need to be shared as it takes longer.
  • Results need to be published every time. It needs to be auto saved.
  • Sometimes the monitors become invisible after we check out the project in local.

Ask about:

  • The protocols which are easily supported by NeoLoad.
  • The license needs to include all the protocols.
  • The parameterization rules need to be improved and there needs to be a sample if we select a particular parameterization properties. Example: Sequential, each occurrence..something like that.

There needs to be a property to add different actions in a single script.

Immediate response and help.
Very nice.
Michael Esposito | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
NeoLoad is being used by the Performance Engineering Team to execute performance testing on new releases of applications before they are moved into production. The purpose of the testing is to reduce the risk of performance issues under load in the production environment. My Performance Engineering Team tests all applications in the division.
  • Building performance testing scripts is easy. NeoLoad builds the scripts for you by recording your session as you navigate through the application under test.
  • NeoLoad works with mobile applications using the same recording technique.
  • NeoLoad has modules that permit gathering OS metrics from the target host and correlating the data with the load testing results. The modules are agentless, meaning that there no need to deploy NeoLoad code modules on the host to gather these metrics.
  • There is no support for VT3270 terminal emulation to support mainframe-hosted applications.
  • The ramp-up and ramp-down time data are not automatically excluded from the average response time calculations. Instead, you must exclude these times manually each time you run a test.
  • There is not a summary graphic that shows the distribution of all of the response times on a single graph. We currently export the data as a coma separated variable (CSV) file and import into Excel to generate this summary graph.
The most important question to ask in selecting a performance testing tool is - does it support the protocols that the applications to be tested use? NeoLoad supports all web-based protocols. It also supports Microsoft Silverlight and .net, and mobile applications. Unfortunately, NeoLoad does not support mainframe terminal protocols such as VT3270. Another key aspect is the ability to correlate host OS metrics with the results of the performance testing. NeoLoad supports this requirement through agentless monitoring. Finally, another key factor is ease of use. NeoLoad is easier to learn than a number of competitor products such as HP LoadRunner.
Saifur Rahman | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
NeoLoad has been a great tool in our testing environment. The main purpose of using it was for web load testing. The easier maintenance and implementation of different features were satisfactory. My team and I loved it.
  • Very user friendly and easy to use.
  • Correlation cannot be simpler than the way NeoLoad does. You can even use XPATH.
  • Handling virual user in runtime such as kick out some and add them back in runtime or simply keep adding them to test the stress level of server is awesome.
  • The ability to manipulate the script by inserting JavaScript is also tremendous. It's one of the features few other tools have.
  • I am very much satisfied with this tool.
Monitoring is such a big factor in load testing. I believe NeoLoad does it nicely.
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