When doing a Free Load Testing Comparison, ‘Free’ seems to mean very different things!
Let’s be honest. Free load testing is not the same as a 30 day free trial. What good is that? You’re going to be paying on day 31, day 32 and on and on. And those ‘free trials’ have limitations on ‘free load testing’.
The whole reason that RedLine13 got into the load testing business was because we had seen how expensive load testing software was then and still is now.
We created RedLine13 and came up with the slogan (Almost) Free Load Testing. Here’s why.
There are two cost components of RedLine13 load testing: RedLine13 and AWS. RedLine13 can be used for free. And when we say free, we mean free. We have a free subscription that has no limit on the number of days, no limit on the number of tests and no limit on the number of users.
The other cost component is AWS. We’ve shared many stories about the ridiculously low cost of using AWS for load testing. Here’s one that cost $10 for a one hour test with 5,000 users. So there is a cost, but it is incredibly small. And you can use RedLine13 for free. That’s why we say (Almost) Free Load Testing.
A Free Load Testing Comparison that digs a little deeper yields some interesting nuggets.
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