You can use ReadyAPI for load testing. ReadyAPI uses functional test cases to simulate a massive load on a tested web site or web service. It helps you check how your server works under the load and estimates its limits.
For load simulation, ReadyAPI uses virtual users. Running load tests on your local machine allows using only a few virtual users. The maximum number of virtual users you can simulate simultaneously depends on the license you have. If you need a large number of users to simulate at a time, you can run distributed load tests and distributed cloud tests.
Here is a sample view of a load test in ReadyAPI:
To get more information about working with ReadyAPI Performance, creating and analyzing load tests, see the following table:
|To learn how to||See these topics|
|Create load tests||Tutorials and Samples|
|Create test cases for load tests||Creating Your First Functional Test|
|Change the test duration, load profile and other test properties||Setting Up Load Tests|
|Create assertions in load tests||About Assertions|
|View and analyze test results||Test Results|
|Simulate a large number of virtual users||System Requirements for Large-Scale Load Tests|
|Run distributed tests||Creating Distributed Load Tests|
|Run tests in a cloud||Creating Distributed Cloud Tests|
|Monitor a server||Server Monitoring|
|Export load test results||Exporting Results|
|Learn about testing scenarios you can simulate with ReadyAPI Performance||Load Testing Templates|