JMeter Cloud Load Testing Tool
JMeter Load Testing with thousands of virtual clients from multiple world regions
JMeter load tests run in the cloud from secure servers.
Run JMeter Load Test from the Cloud
Fast and Secure
Easily Upload Your JMeter Scripts
Scale realistic Apache JMeter load tests with thousands of virtual users per test.
Upload your JMeter test scripts (.jmx) and configuration (.csv) files and runt your tests from multiple cloud locations.
Run tests from multiple locations around the world for better and more realistic results for your website and APIs.
Real-Time Load Test Results
Live Performance Results
Full Analysis & Real-Time Results
Live JMeter load test results help you understand the behavior of your application in real-time.
Edit and re-run tests to understand how your application's performance changes as load increases/decreases.
Timeline Results Charts for JMeter Tests
Customizing Charts to fine tune performance metrics of all the requests from your JMeter test script.
Interactive charts for better understanding on the exact time and number of client when the errors appear.
List of all performance metrics: Response Time, Latency, Hits per second, Percentile 90%, Percentile 95%, Percentile 99%, Sent and Received Bandwidth.
Errors & Response codes
Analysis on results errors and response codes with potential issues explained.
List of response codes and errors through the test duration are displayed using the interactive charts.
Export Results Files
JMeter Logs and JMeter Files
JMeter Results (.JMX and .JTL) files are available to inspect and download locally.
Full JMeter result.jtl and jmeter.log files are also available to inspect and dowload locally.
JMeter Load Testing Integrations
JMeter Load Testing Chrome Extension
Easily create and inspect results for website and API load tests and website speed tests.
Cloud Website and API JMeter Load Testing Chrome extension for creating and running free website and API load tests and speed tests
JMeter Load Testing Jenkins CI Plugin
Use the Post build actions and define your Apache JMeter load test limits in order to mark the build UNSTABLE or FAILED.
Schedule your tests inside Jenkins CI to monitor failures and application bottlenecks.