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Load Impact is the leading cloud-based load testing software trusted by more than 131,000 website, mobile app and API developers around the world. It specializes in load, stress and endurance testing of websites, web-apps, mobile apps and APIs. Many companies including JWT, NASDAQ, The European Space Agency and ServiceNow have used this tool to detect, predict, and analyze performance problems.

Load Impact can be used to establish a long-term baseline for your performance on which to validate the impact (good and bad) of infrastructure changes over time. It can also be used to determine your maximum capacity in order to understand which components fail first, in what order and what the nature of that failure is.

With this tool, you can save time and money, improve your website’s performance whether on PC or mobile devices. Load testing allows you to pinpoint bottlenecks in different parts of the web architecture so you only upgrade what you need to.

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