Pricing that scales as you test
Starting with 1,000 Virtual User Hours free every month.
Virtual User Hours are an industry standard way to price load testing products in order to make it easy to compare prices across providers. A single VUH is equal to simulating 1 user for 1 hour, or 2 users for 30 minutes.
We will meter your usage throughout the month and charge you at the end of the month, after applying tiered discounts across all usage.
We will be supporting this feature in the near future, however, for now you can see the estimated cost of each test before pressing Launch.
1 Node Hour is roughly equal to 1000 VUH if using a protocol based test tool such as Gatling or JMeter. For browser based tests with Element 1 Node Hour is equal to 40 VUH.
Put simply, no. For our paid accounts, run as many tests as you like within any time frame, start, stop as you please, scale out or back with your grid nodes. Truly flexible and affordable testing.
Across all tools and infrastructure (on demand, hosted, or on premise), you will be billed in 15 minute (0.25hr) intervals, rounded up. Example, a 1000 user test running for 25 minute test would consume 500 VUHs.
All pay as you go plans require a valid credit card. Invoice/Purchase Order options are available for annual commitments.
Yes, we offer discounts of up to 72% on our tiered pricing for sustained usage above 250,000 VUHs, purchased in advance on an annual contract. Talk to sales
We aggregate results to the nearest 15 second interval. We also support resolution down to 5 seconds for enterprise customers.
We display an estimated cost prior to running each test based on the number of users, regions, and tool chosen. After your test completes, we calculate the actual cost based on the number of concurrent users which we detected.
As of January, 2020, there are no minimum term or usage commitments, and all features previously reserved for Enterprise customers are available to all customers.
Your current monthly usage is displayed at the top of the screen and updated automatically after each test completes.