Yes, many of our clients take an agile approach to introducing new functionality, with code being written, integrated and tested in a cycle that’s as efficient as possible. To help with this process SciVisum can monitor performance at any point in the release cycle to help identify problems.
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As a fully managed service SV-Load takes the strain from your technical team and delivers powerful testing solutions beyond the reach of self-service or DIY solutions. We've outlined the key stages below to show you just how easy it is to get started with SciVisum's Load testing.
With a bewildering range of load testing tools available – including WebLOAD, Apache JMeter and LoadRunner - what are the benefits of outsourcing to SciVisum's fully managed load testing service? Reasons why outsourcing will reap greater benefits than self serve or DIY approaches to load testing.
As a high touch cloud-based monitoring service, SV-Monitor provides valuable hands-on support throughout the service right from initial setup. We've outlined the key stages below to show you just how easy it is to get started.
SciVisum uses two synthetic monitoring tools – Real Browser and Emulated to make sure all bases are covered during any monitoring project. Real browser delivers results that are most accurate to the end user experience however there are cases when clients benefit from an emulated approach.
Users don’t follow one idealised journey or add the same item to their basket time after time so why should your load testing? We outline why a more realistic approach to load testing is essential for today's websites.
Because SV-Monitor can be implemented at any stage of the development cycle is can be used effectively as part of the CICD development and delivery model, to improve the resilience of software releases.
Load testing is most effective when it’s scheduled from the earliest stages of site development. We can help clients adopt a more agile, continuous development methodology to optimise results, saving time, money and reputation in the long run.
When it comes to measuring website performance, SciVisum’s high touch synthetic monitoring service - SV-Monitor - has significant advantages over APM’s self-service formula. Find out more.
In the simplest terms a "user journey" is the path that a visitor takes through your site. User Journey Monitoring bridges the gap between web analytics and usability testing, showing the real-time impact of errors and slowdowns on user behaviour and on the bottom line.
Dynamic User Journeys are sometimes called "automated mystery shopping". In a dynamic user journey the monitoring script behaves just like a real user, making random selections at each stage of the journey, the better to replicate real user behaviour and test the performance of all aspects of the site.
Instead of paying a license fee and being left to get on with it, proactive help and personal support are in place for your team. In addition to your own personnel working on the portal, experienced account managers and technical support teams are watching your journeys, ready to provide support.
In the simplest terms a "load test" measures how much activity can your site support before performance is affected.
A SciVisum trial is typically set up when an organisation wants to see their own data used by the SciVisum Monitoring Suite in order to assess the results against their current method of monitoring, often ahead of a purchase decision.
Agile development is a description of a group of iterative and incremental approaches to software development. Agile development emphasises working software as the primary measure of progress, combined with a preference for face-to-face communication.