A perfect tool for your load stress testing and application monitoring

A new concept

The AppsLoad® and AppsMon® aim is to simulate all user actions and to replay them while computing the response time delays compared to a reference time.

AppsLoad® and AppsMon® record a scenario like an intelligent macro recorder and replay user actions like an automat. They handle Windows objects as well as thin client environment (TS or Citrix). There is no script to be written. What you need is simply to record user actions and replay them.

Since AppsLoad® and AppsMon® are protocol independent, the application to be tested may be very complex and can include, for instance, Microsoft servers, Unix machines and even mainframes. They track performance from the end user’s perspective and support drag and drop, drawing, etc. The other advantage of recording action sequences is that the result obtained reflects real user activity (keystrokes, mouse movements, etc) whereas a traditional scripting tool generally reflects the result of an action and not the sequence used to reach the result.

When executing a scenario, AppsLoad® and AppsMon® test the graphical context of scenario execution on a continuous basis so that they remain synchronized with the reference scenario. This method can be used to adapt scenario execution speed to system constraints in real time and to precisely calculate application response times.

Adaptation to the application context

AppsLoad® and AppsMon® recognize on a continuous basis objects on the graphical interface. In other words, scenario waits the specific object it is expecting to carry on. AppsLoad® and AppsMon® handle objects as well as bitmaps.  Objects and bitmaps may be on different locations on the screen, the AppsLoad® and AppsMon® algorithm will find them.

AppsLoad® and AppsMon® have been tested on Windows 7 and 7 embedded, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows server 2008 R2, Windows 2012 R2, Windows 2016 on 32 et 64 bits.