Know the behavior of your system in different load situations

Carrying out load and performance tests consists of subjecting the system to high workloads, simulating the real activity of future users of the system. These tests will help us to predict the behavior of our system and to know the degree to which it performs the functions for which it has been designed without loss of service and with an optimum and stable response time.

It is very common  to focus our efforts on guaranteeing that our system works in expected load situations, which is why performance drops or losses often occur, when the system has to respond to load situations that exceed those expected. These outages can cost millions of dollars to the business, so to meet user expectations, we need to run load and performance tests for a variety of workloads and not just those potential conditions that we have identified as most likely.

 Q-Load Service

Through Q-Load you will be able to select the type or combination of types of load and performance tests that you want to run on the system.You can also access the status of these tests, the preliminary and final results, reports, etc.

This service offered from our Load and Performance Testing Laboratory is accredited under ISO 17025 criteria. It is an international standard that confirms that our results are comparable to those obtained by any other accredited laboratory in the world, being a guarantee of precision and reliability in the methodology we use.

Through our Q-Load service, we are able to provide support regardless of your location, with a team of highly qualified engineers, the latest hardware and software methodologies and infrastructures, and a commitment to service levels agreed between the two parties.


What kind of tests do we offer from our Q-Load service?

Different types of tests will be executed, depending on the objective:



S t r e s s

V o l u m e

Load testing: measures the behavior of a website or system under an increasing load. They determine, for example, the number of concurrent users or transactions that can be supported by said system.

Performance testing: measures the response of the application to different expected load volumes (for example: know the response speed when processing the income of 20, 200 and 2000 users simultaneously)

Stress Testing: Carried out by exceeding the limits set for the real activity of the users with the objective of finding the volume of data (or the time) in which the application stops being able to respond to the requests as expected.

In this way, some of the questions that these types of tests allow us to answer are: 

  • How will the number of users affect the performance of our system?
  • How many simultaneous users can enter my system or web/app?
  • Where are the bottlenecks?
  • What is the maximum load point admitted?


ISO 9001

ISO 20000

ISO/IEC 27001

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