Be Performance Driven

By adopting a load testing framework that your organization can use as a consistent process to bake performance into every product, you can reduce delivery risk and increase customer satisfaction.

On-premise infrastructure

Your test, your data. Take advantage of your existing machines and turn them into Flood nodes that you can run your tests on.

Insights

Create custom dashboards with metrics you use in your reports and paint a bigger picture with historical trends and test comparisons.

Organization-wide permissions

Set up multiple teams on Flood for each project, manage membership permissions, and allocate usage budgets within the same Flood account.

"After 3 months of joining Flood, we had 30 teams onboarded, with plans to bring the whole testing team on-board by the end of 2019"

TCoE, Toyota Motors North America

What makes our load testing solution different

Enable your team

Reduce friction and use our corporate Single Sign On and Azure AD integrations to encourage your organization to participate in software quality.

Integrate monitoring

Bring your load testing results into DynaTrace, NewRelic, or AppDynamics to see an even wider picture of overall application health and performance.

Premium Support & Training

Leverage the extensive load testing experience of all our customer support staff to drive innovation and improvement in your load testing processes.

Security

Encryption at rest

All data consumed and produced by Flood is transferred through an encrypted connection and encrypted at rest. This includes our time series results, account data, log files, and test artefacts.

Authentication

Flood provides SSO with support for most modern directory systems so that you retain control over access provisioning and data isolation.

Hosted

Flood Hosted and On-Premise load generation enables you to retain control of all data and network configurations while load testing.

Compliance

Flood is currently completing SOC2 compliance.

Start Testing Now

It only takes a minute to create an account and start running your first test. If you still have questions, or would like to set up a demo, let's talk.