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iBeta introduces three new performance scan testing packages

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Software quality, security, performance and biometrics testing lab iBeta Quality Assurance has released three new web-focused load/performance testing packages designed to reduce the high cost and complexity that is typically associated with load testing scenarios.

The company developed the performance scan packages in an effort to meet the growing customer demand for focused-scope, fixed-cost load testing.

The first performance scan package is QuickScan, which is a web page retrieval at increasing load levels to evaluate scalability.

The second package is BasicScan, which is a scalability testing plus user registration and login scripting.

The third package is eCommerceScan, which is a scalability, registration, and login testing plus shopping cart performance under load.

Ideal applications for the packages include adding a performance verification step to a larger functionality software quality assurance project; a stand-alone “health check” in the run-up to high load periods (holidays); confirmation of a data center infrastructure upgrade or cloud platform service level change; and for several other scenarios where validation of performance is needed.

All three scan packages include a free proof-of-concept to guarantee that iBeta’s technology works within the client’s system architecture, as well as a comprehensive report of user concurrency, maximum pages served per time, and page retrieval times.

Additionally, iBeta offers its custom load/performance testing services for the most rigorous and comprehensive testing requirements.

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