Getting Started (Page 2)

This tutorial describes how to run a simple test. To learn how to write a custom test, take a look at the custom test tutorial. Below is a description of the primary fields in the simple test setup. URL – This is the full URL of the page you wish to load test. This should include the URL scheme (e.g. http:// or https://). For example, this might be something like http://www.example.com/path/to/page. Number of Users – ThisRead More →

You can write custom tests in either PHP or Node.js or Python. To get started, please refer to the appropriate section below. Writing Open Load Tests A language specific load test is ANY code you want to execute With some redline13 API calls to report test execution and timing Each language is documented independently and can be found on the corresponding page PHP NodeJS Python Submitting Performance Tests There are two ways to submit a custom load test Submit the Load TestRead More →

In 2012, RunSignUp had a major project to make our system the most scalable online registration service for the running community.  We had witnessed how opening day registration had crashed and burned a number of races and websites. It was a year long endeavor that started with moving to Amazon and taking advantage of the new generation of cloud features. But we noticed that we had to hunt everywhere to figure out how to make ourRead More →