Basic Users get new High Limits and Premium Users get Unlimited Load Testing
Every AWS server has a virtual CPU count. For example, an m5.xlarge instance type has four virtual CPUs in total. See AWS EC2 for details. We are putting in new high limits related to the value of the services we provide from free subscriptions to unlimited load testing for premium users:
- Free RedLine13 subscriptions will have a limit of 10 vCPUs per test.
- Basic RedLine13 subscriptions will have a limit of 50 vCPUs.
- Premium RedLine13 subscriptions will have no limit on the number of vCPUs
As for the other limits that typical with load testing platforms, there are still no RedLine13 limits on the number of virtual users on those servers and there is no limit on the length of tests. That means on a RedLine13 Free account you can still run large and long running tests on 2 m5.xlarge or even 5 m5.large servers for minutes, hours, or days. This is a very common case to simulate 100 or 1000 virtual users. And it’s only better for Basic and Premium.
RedLine13 is a load testing platform that brings the low cost power of the cloud to JMeter and other open source load testing tools. Run tests with 5,000,000 interactions and 500,000 users and more with unlimited scaling in the cloud. Test all of your apps, from web and mobile apps to microservices and APIs.
The above changes will go into effect February 20. Existing RedLine13 Basic subscribers will see these limits at the expiration of their current monthly or annual subscription.
See RedLine13 pricing comparison for details.
Run your own test on RedLine13 and see how much you can do.