Overall Satisfaction with LoadComplete
LoadComplete is a load testing tool that is used for evaluating the load testing process. I have been using LoadComplete for a while now and it is the best for test automation. We also have been using LoadComplete for generating traffic in our overall applications. The most common task is to check how an application works after one or some components have been changed.
- We have been using LoadComplete in the Tech Department. I usually use LoadComplete to test the speed and loads of several applications we develop in-house.
- Moreover, we have also used LoadComplete to create reports and at the same time report any issues that we notice during a certain load.
- It is an affordable platform.
- LoadComplete has a lot of good features which has made my life so much easier so there are many pros of this tool as well. It is quite easy to use and comes in very handy.
- Some of the cons of LoadComplete are that it gets slow when the size of the test increases. Also, the coding is not possible with LoadComplete.
- Moreover, it needs to support flexibility for a framework that can be customized based on the needs. Also, some graphs remain empty which is confusing for me as a user and I would like a description of why a certain graph cannot gather data.
- Efficient reporting.
- Data security.
- Automation is smart.
- This tool always yields eye-catching results. It has good support from the documentation. Also, it generates detailed reports which is a very good thing.
- There is also a record and play feature in LoadComplete which means all applications can be recorded like Applications Servers’ Metric and so on.
- This tool has a good reporting and record playback due to which I will recommend it.
It is one of the best platforms. LoadComplete is all over a jack of many traits. It provides us a detailed report to our system analytics as well as developers. Moreover, there is also a smart built-in data correlation in LoadComplete which helps to correlate different parameters like user session IDs, authorization tokens, and so on. Other than that, LoadComplete also has the ability to run tests in the cloud.
Do you think LoadComplete delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with LoadComplete's feature set?
Did LoadComplete live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of LoadComplete go as expected?
Would you buy LoadComplete again?
I think that LoadComplete is adequate when you have Testcomplete. If LoadComplete is not paired with Testcomplete then there would be a bit of a learning curve. People who are already using Testcomplete will find it easy to start with LoadComplete but the tool itself has a lot to improve and support customization to suit our needs.