Azure Load Testing

Optimize app performance with high-scale load testing.


Azure Load Testing Preview is a fully managed load-testing service that enables you to generate high-scale load. The service simulates traffic for your applications, regardless of where they're hosted. Developers, testers, and quality assurance (QA) engineers can use it to optimize application performance, scalability, or capacity.

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We are excited to announce the launch of two new features in Azure Load Testing: multi-region load tests and support for Locust framework. Azure Load Testing is a fully managed service for...
Welcome to Build 2024! The team will be covering the latest AI enhancements for migrating web applications, how AI helps developers to monitor and troubleshoot applications, examples of...
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Azure Functions – Build update With Microsoft Build happening, the team wanted to give an update on the latest releases in Azure Functions. In recent years, serverless technologies and...
You can now create and run load tests directly from App Service web apps in Azure portal. This functionality, powered by Azure Load Testing, enables you to get started with your performance...
Azure Load Testing is now generally available in Fairfax cloud - USGov Virginia. US Government customers on the Fairfax cloud can now use Azure Load Testing, a fully managed load-testing service...
Load test your web apps directly from Azure App Service in Azure portal.
Azure Load Testing GA in Fairfax cloud - USGov Virginia. US Government customers on the Fairfax cloud can now use Azure Load Testing to simplify their end-to-end load testing process.
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You can now specify up to 50 test criteria in your load test.
Using Azure Load Testing to test Multi-Tenant services This article describes how to use Azure Load Testing to test a multi-tenant service based on Azure App Service. It also describes how to run...
Load Testing Azure Event Hubs services with restricted public access   This article describes how to use Azure Load Testing to test a service based on Azure Event Hubs with a restricted public...
Azure Load Testing (ALT) provides a rich and consolidated dashboard to analyze your load test results. However, you can also download or export the test results, build your own dashboards and...
Azure Load Testing now supports creating load tests by HTTP requests.
With Azure Load Testing, you can now measure response time as experienced by the end user leveraging the Web Driver Sampler plugin for Apache JMeter
You can now use secrets from an Azure Key Vault with access restrictions in Azure Load Testing.
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