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WebLOAD test tool is now free for Open Source projects

Posted in Load testing,Software testing,testing tool by testing in London on November 29, 2006

From PRWeb

RadView Software, a premier provider of solutions for verifying the performance, scalability and integrity of business critical Web applications, today announced that it is supporting the development of high-quality Open Source software by providing every Open Source project with a free copy of WebLOAD, the company’s Web application scalability testing product.

“The Open Source Community has proven itself as a viable source for the development of innovative and cutting-edge software products and applications” said Ilan Kinreich, founder and chief strategy officer of RadView Software. We are certain that developers and testers alike will find WebLOAD a viable tool in assuring the scalability and integrity of their Open Source software and we encourage Open Source projects of all sizes to take advantage of our offer.”

Starting today, any valid Open Source Project can receive a free copy of WebLOAD by applying at http://www.radview.com/Open-Source.aspx. With RadView Software’s WebLOAD, organizations can load and stress test the performance and scalability of their Web applications. Through testing, organizations gain confidence that their deployed applications will be able to handle the 24×7 demands of customer use. WebLOAD accurately simulates user behavior and predicts capacity requirements enabling it to report bottlenecks, constraints and weak points within an application before they cause downtime, loss of sales and most importantly, loss of customers.

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  1. Testing said,

    Just..

  2. Ronit Kitay said,

    Does this apply to non profit orginizations as well or is the free version only for open source projects?


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