For quite awhile now Kernl has had the ability to throw some serious load at your WordPress site, but never a great way to share the results. Today that changes with the introduction of load test result sharing!
Why would I share my load test results?
The main use case for sharing your load test results is showing your clients that their new WordPress site can handle the traffic load that they expect. For someone like a YouTube or Twitter celebrity this can be a very real problem. Larger organizations also would enjoy this peace of mind.
How do I get started?
Easy! Just click the share button next to the load test that you want to share. You’ll be presented with your sharing URL that can be copy and pasted into Facebook, Twitter, Slack, or Email!
Can I see some examples?
- W3 Total Cache (Fragment Cache Only) Results
- Kernl Blog Multi-Region Results
- ScaleWay (DEV1-S) No Cache Results
As always, feel free to reach out to Jack if you have any questions!