There was a lots of work on Kernl’s WordPress Load Testing this month, so lets dive in and learn about it!
Features & Bug Fixes
- Reliability Load Testing – Have you ever wondered how a WordPress host performs over an extended period of time? Kernl’s new reliability testing allows you to answer that question. You can now run low volume (25 user) load tests for up to 30 hours.
- Load Test Sharing Page Improvements – You can now see a graph of the total number of failures when you share your load test results. See an example at https://kernl.us/wordpress-load-testing/results/553f746e7a1fa8663be442a9/333.
- Download Full Load Test Data – You are now able to download all the data from your load test. This is the full, non-sampled, data set that Kernl produces during a load testing run.
- Sampled Load Test Data – Kernl’s WordPress load testing service can create a lot of data, so for data sets over a certain size we now sample the data. This helps all of charts load faster and improve your experience.
That’s it for this month!