Cloud Testing

Run and manage ZebraTester scripts in Apicas powerful cloud platform Apica LoadTest Portal

Test Your App or Website Load Times and Max Capacity Limits Today!

Test like a pro with the most powerful SaaS platform, tools and expertise available anywhere. Apica offers you professional-grade tools to perform load tests in a flexible, pay-as-you-go model.

All of our testing tools can be accessed from one convenient, affordable and easy-to-use portal. Whether you have a product launch on the horizon or are planning for seasonal traffic spikes, the SaaS-based LoadTest Self-Service Portal allows you to effortlessly perform any number of self-diagnostic tests prior to anticipated peak load times.

Easily schedule regular website load tests over time, perform high-volume tests from a mix of many international locations, and compare your results in the powerful reporting dashboard.

Subscription Features

  • Free 500 VU peak test- 50 VU continuously version of Apica LoadTest is available with full CodePipeline integration.
  • Powerfull Platform, Easy UI, Unmatched load capacity , Fixed-Price plans, Free local testing tool , Full API support, Test automation via CodePipeline & Jenkins
  • Upload your Zebratester script or URL-only auto-generated scripts – just input the URL
  • Upload Selenium IDE script
  • Central test repository for development and operations teams
  • API access to directly embed check results
  • Local Server agents for Windows and Linux
  • The test platform can be extended with Apica Professional Services. Let Apica's test experts handle your scripting, reporting, and optimization consulting.

Key Benefits

  • Most cost-effective range of load test solutions available
  • Know capacity limits for holiday sales, media spikes, announcements, and the unexpected
  • Optimize cloud and hybrid-cloud deployments by selectively scaling component services
  • Test complex user scenario sequences – pages, dynamic content, transactions, logins and more
  • Compare internal and external results to pinpoint web platform and application issues
  • Identify bottlenecks by subdividing results into the performance of individual components.