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Load testing


Load testing is a crucial process in software development where a system is tested under heavy loads, such as large numbers of users or transactions. The primary goal is to identify performance bottlenecks and ensure that the software can handle anticipated traffic levels efficiently.



  1. Define Test Criteria: Establish the parameters for the load test, including user load, transaction types, and expected outcomes.
  2. Simulate Real-world Scenarios: Use tools to simulate real-world user behavior and interactions at scale.
  3. Monitor and Measure: Track key performance indicators like response times, throughput, error rates, and resource utilization.
  4. Analyze Results: Analyze the data to identify bottlenecks, limitations, and areas for optimization.

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Load testing is an essential part of ensuring that a software application is robust, reliable, and scalable. By identifying how the system behaves under stress, developers can make necessary optimizations, thereby enhancing the overall user experience and maintaining system integrity under peak loads.

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