Neotys, a leader in easy-to-use, load testing tools for web and mobile applications, today announced NeoLoad 5.0, an enhanced version of its load and performance testing solution.
The release of NeoLoad 5.0, now available with a Free Edition download, adds powerful new capabilities for mobile applications and web applications to increase testing speed, agility and resulting insights. The solution allows users to test more quickly, efficiently and frequently, enabling faster deployment of Internet, intranet and mobile applications, supporting all web architectures including the newest technologies such as, HTML5, WebSocket, Ajax Push and SPDY.
“NeoLoad 5.0 offers testing teams what they need to keep up with the pace of development, be more productive when analyzing test results and get more from their mobile testing,” said Gerald Labie, CEO Neotys USA. “The newest version of NeoLoad demonstrates Neotys’ commitment to make its customers the most efficient and productive load & performance testers in the world.”
NeoLoad 5.0 Key Enhancements:
Complete Mobile End User Experience – NeoLoad 5.0 integrates with real device testing tools like Perfecto Mobile’s MobileCloud to give testers the complete mobile end user experience. Testers benefit because they can now determine exactly the performance an end user is experiencing on the device side while an application is under load.
Faster & More Agile – NeoLoad 5.0 makes it easier and more efficient to maintain test scenarios. Testers can quickly compare two test versions, identify any application changes and take the appropriate corrective actions.
Enhanced Insight – NeoLoad now has new graphs and results features for more productive analysis. Testers can now create graph boards that allow them to group graphs by theme or test result. These boards enable testers to quickly analyze numerous graphs in one location during runtime and analysis.
More Open – NeoLoad’s new Data Exchange API allows external tools to send data that can be graphed, analyzed and correlated within NeoLoad. The new Custom Actions Extensions allow users to create their own actions to customize the behavior of virtual users.