Applies to LoadComplete 4.97, last modified on May 20, 2019
In LoadComplete, you can simulate recorded traffic on cloud computers. This section describes how to configure a cloud environment for load testing and how to run load tests in it.
In This Section
Provides general information on load testing in cloud environments.
Follow this tutorial to learn how to create a simple load test that simulates traffic on Amazon cloud computers.
Describes the requirements that must be met to simulate virtual users on cloud computers.
Provides recommendations on how to select an instance type that suits your testing needs better.
Describes how you can launch Amazon cloud computer instances from LoadComplete.
Explains how LoadComplete helps you estimate the cost of using cloud machines in your load tests.
Describes how to terminate cloud computers automatically and manually when you no longer need them.
Describes how to create a custom Amazon Machine Image from which you can launch cloud instances to simulate virtual users.
Describes the Launch Instances dialog you can use to launch cloud instances.
Cloud resources are payable.
Instances launched from LoadComplete will be running until you terminate them manually or until LoadComplete terminates them at the end of the test run (see Terminating Cloud Instances). You will be charged for the time during which your instances were running.
We recommend that you check that all your cloud instances are shut down after you no longer need them.
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Describes typical steps you need to take to run a load test in a cloud environment.
Describes the Amazon Image editor used to specify parameters of the instances you want to run.
Describes how to set up LoadComplete Remote Agent on remote workstations.
Describes how to simulate virtual users on remote load stations.
Creating and Configuring Load Tests
Load Testing With LoadComplete