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Neotys Pioneers Continuous Performance Validation Across the Application Lifecycle

Automated, Integrated and Collaborative Tooling Drives Neotys' CPV Solution

BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - January 28, 2016) - Neotys today announced the world's first Continuous Performance Validation solution for load testing and performance monitoring across the entire application lifecycle.

"Performance testing is not a one­-time event," states Theresa Lanowitz, Industry Technology Analyst, Voke. "It should be conducted as much as possible throughout the software lifecycle. This testing includes application component testing (pre­-GUI API or Web Services), system­-wide application tests, and proactive monitoring in production."

"The realities of modern application development include complex apps with multiple interfaces (web, mobile, API, IoT, etc.) and extreme time pressure to release high performing apps with new features that delight users," said Thibaud Bussière, President, Neotys. "With shortened development, build and deployment cycles, we had to find a way to allow performance testing and monitoring to keep pace. The reuse of testing and monitoring assets from component testing to system-­wide testing and even into production monitoring became the clear solution, and our products now make it possible to do just that."

The Neotys Continuous Performance Validation solution consists of the following:

  • NeoLoad for load and performance testing
  • NeoSense for 24x7 synthetic monitoring
  • Neotys Team Server for collaboration and shared licences
  • Integrations:
    • Continuous Integration servers for automated testing
    • Functional testing tools for end user experience metrics
    • APM tools for code-­level diagnostics
    • Infrastructure monitoring dashboards for a centralized view
    • Open APIs for custom integrations

"Our CPV solution is based on the principles of reuse, automation and integration," stated Bussière. "Neotys CPV customers can now perform automated component tests through their CI servers and NeoLoad's web services capabilities, then developers can share these test assets to QA so they can merge and create system­-wide tests, then pass those assets along to Ops teams to leverage for monitoring profiles in NeoSense to ensure performance in production meets expectations."

Neotys CPV customers see the following benefits:

  • Faster performance of applications and better experiences for users
  • Quicker time to market for new features and enhancements
  • Easier interaction and greater efficiency across Dev, QA, Ops, and Business

To learn more about Neotys' Continuous Performance Validation solution, visit the all new neotys.com​.

About Neotys:

Neotys is the leading innovator in Continuous Performance Validation for Web and Mobile applications. Neotys load testing (​NeoLoad)​ and performance monitoring (NeoSense​) ​enable teams to produce faster applications, deliver new features and enhancements in less time and simplify interactions across Dev, QA, Ops and business stakeholders. Neotys has helped over 1600 customers test, monitor and improve performance at every stage of the application development lifecycle, from development to production, leveraging its automated and collaborative tooling. For more information about Neotys, NeoLoad and NeoSense visit: www.neotys.com or contact [email protected]

Jonathan Bracken
Neotys
781­-899-­7200
[email protected]

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