Performance (and scalability) testing is non-functional testing performed to determine how a system performs in terms of responsiveness and stability under a specific workload. It allows us to investigate, measure, and validate scalability, as well as reliability and resource utilization.
Through performance testing we can evaluate performance related characteristics such as timing profiles, execution flow, response times, and operational reliability. It also allows us to identify usability problems and compare requirements, user satisfaction, and service level agreements (SLA).
Our Continuous Scalability Services follow the framework above – Design, Develop, Test, Report – for our Load Testing, Stress Testing, Soak Testing, and Configuration Testing services.
Our Continuous Scalability Services reduce implementation failure and accelerate time to market.
Our engagements align our test framework – Design, Develop, Test, Report – with our customer’s business needs and objectives.
We promote test reuse, automation, and minimal maintenance of test cases and scripts because we believe that time saved on automation is time that can be spent on creating customer value.
In each engagement our SEALs collaborate with your various stakeholders – developers, database administrators, and operations team members – to examine your application architecture, define the test parameters, and provide unbiased test results.
Our services include:
Load Testing applies user load to a software application to see if it performs as intended under real world conditions, in a 1 hour test cycle.
Stress Testing checks the upper limits of an application by placing it under extreme load and measuring how it recovers back to normal usage. Stress testing determines the system’s robustness in terms of extreme load. It helps application administrators to determine if the application will perform sufficiently when current load goes well above the expected maximum.
Soak (or Endurance) Testing analyzes long term trends in resource utilization, such as CPU, memory, and disk I/O, in a 8-12 hour test cycle. It involves applying a significant load to a system for an extended, significant period of time. It measures if throughput and response times after a long period of sustained activity are as good as or better than at the beginning of the test. The goal is to discover how the system behaves under sustained use.
Configuration Testing determines the effects of configuration changes to the application’s performance and behavior. A common example would be experimenting with different methods of load-balancing.
We can also provide Throughput, Turnaround Time, Spike, and customized testing.
IoT Performance Testing
TransactIQ’s SEALs run IoT performance tests with various network types and data streams to comprehensively analyze network activity, especially the speed at which data is transferred from one network layer to another. This allows IoT developers to account for network-related concerns that could make or break a connected device, such as network bandwidth, latency, and packet loss.
TransactIQ’s SEALs also utilize data recorders to precisely track data movement across networks and devices. This will help determine if there are any compatibility issues lingering deep within different network layers.
Our services include front end performance and security testing for non-HTTP(s) protocols like MQTT, CoAP, and other IoT specific protocols.
We also test over IoT data link layers like WiFi, Bluetooth LE, NB-IoT and LTE cellular, LoRa and LoRaWAN, Sigfox, and more.
SCALE GREAT APPS WITH US
TransactIQ delivers comprehensive continuous services for building great applications that are highly available, secure, and interoperable. Our SEALs utilize leading technologies, rigorous standards, and proven methodologies to minimize risk and maximize productivity. Leveraging our portfolio and expertise enables companies to capture new efficiencies, new revenue sources, and increased market share.