Author: Tim Koopmans

Flood Announces Gatling 3.0 Support

We’re happy to announce support for Gatling 3.0 which is a major upgrade from 2.3. The official migration…

Jenkins Load Testing with Flood

Flood and Jenkins, friends at last More of our customers are integrating Flood tests into their build and deploy…

Price Changes

Over the past few years, we’ve made continual improvements to Flood based on your valuable feedback. Since joining…

Our Next Generation Grid Nodes

Amazon EC2 M5 Instances are the next generation of the Amazon EC2 General Purpose compute instances. M5 instances offer…

Bonjour Paris

We’re happy to announce support for our 15th AWS based region, Paris! Many of our European customers already use…

“Don’t Be Afraid to Start Load Testing”: AMA with Load Testing Expert, Tim Koopmans

How does load testing and tuning improve software speed and quality? Speed is a common interest or goal…

For Great Performance, Rethink Your Load Testing

The word concurrency is often used to define workload for load testing, as in concurrent users. Too often,…

Load Testing for DevOps…with Browser Level Users (BLU)

To sum up the challenge I presented in the previous post (Why Load Testing is so Hard): modern…

Why Load Testing is So Hard

Performance matters. Today, a poorly-performing app isn’t just cursed at—it’s abandoned. Performance issues don’t just taint the user…

Say hello to Jason

There’s a new face on our support channels and his name is Jason Rizio, a talented performance engineer from…

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