What’s New With Kernl – June 2019

Hello everyone! Kernl got some pretty interesting updates this month, so let’s dive in! Features Average & Median Response Times for Load Tests – Kernl’s WordPress load testing services has always had this data available, we just never surfaced it in a way that was easy to consume. You’ll now see a new tab when… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – June 2019

W3 Total Cache Performance Review

Test your own site’s performance with Kernl WordPress Load Testing! In the world of WordPress performance, you can’t go far without talking about caching plugins. I’ve personally used several different caching plugins throughout my time as a WordPress developer but have never really took the time to see how the plugins perform under pressure. Until… Continue reading W3 Total Cache Performance Review

$5 WordPress VPS Performance Showdown

Want to load test your own WordPress site? Sign up for Kernl now! In the world of affordable WordPress hosting there is an array of different VPS providers to choose from. With so many choices how do you know who to choose? In addition to criteria such as ease of use and support, performance is… Continue reading $5 WordPress VPS Performance Showdown

What’s New With Kernl – February 2019

February was a pretty busy month for Kernl! We had a lot of great tweaks to load testing, a few customer feature improvements, and some infrastructure work. Lets get started! Features & Bugs Multi-Region Load Tests – You can now select multiple regions for your WordPress load tests! Instead of having all traffic come from… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – February 2019

Introducing WordPress Load Testing

In November 2018 Kernl launched the closed beta of our new WordPress load testing service. After a lot of changes based on the feedback we received we’re finally bringing WordPress Load Testing out of beta and into general availability. Why Load Test? There are a lot of different reasons to load test. Infrastructure and Hosting – Kernl… Continue reading Introducing WordPress Load Testing