Our goal is to enable any vendor who makes use of WebRTC to efficiently test, launch and maintain his service. To that end, we’ve built testRTC, a hybrid cloud – on premise service, which lets testing teams, developers and IT write simple scripts that automate browser behaviour. It lets us do all the rest of the work of launching browsers, collecting WebRTC metrics and sorting out what’s important to you.
Flood is a cloud-based, distributed load testing platform that helps teams test how their applications scale with massive load generated from around the world. Flood can generate load using popular open source load testing tools (such as Apache JMeter, Gatling, and Chrome) as well as Tricentis Tosca functional testing cases (API and UI).
Unlike the other offerings on the marketplace for load testing, Flood provides:
Straightforward ways to define, create, and maintain load tests
On-demand platform for running those load tests at scale
Real-time result visualization and analysis
Continuous insight into performance over time
Self service monitoring and testing for WebRTC applications.
Browser Level User approach reduces script creation, maintenance, and complexity overheads.
Tosca Flood integration, including seamless load testing for both UI and API based test cases.
Superior economy of scale with cloud-based load generation across multiple geographic regions around the world.
Tool agnostic, can integrate with new tools as they become available.
Cluster-less, shared-nothing architecture which means we can scale out for very large tests without the typical bottlenecks found in our competitors with more traditional setups.
Real time reports in an easy to share, intuitive, and interactive dashboard.
Long term storage of results, so you can continuously assess performance over time.
Test-friendly pricing where you pay for the infrastructure you use, not per test or per simulated user like most of our competitors.
First class support, talk to real performance engineers who can resolve most issues within a 4-hour period rather than get stuck in an escalation queue.
What is this service generally used for?
Testing and monitoring WebRTC applications.
Does this service offer multi-user capability (e.g. teams)?
Yes. The service enables multiple users to be associated with a single project, and for a user to be a part of multiple projects.
Who are the main user groups of this service?
Testers and developers in teams building WebRTC based applications.
DevOps and IT people who manage, monitor and maintain WebRTC based applications.
What platforms does this service support?
We run in the cloud and are capable of testing any WebRTC application as if it is a black-box no matter what signalling protocol it uses.
Does this service offer an API?
Yes. The API can be used for CI/CD.
Does this service offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?