Mabl, the Boston-based low-code automation specialist, has launched a load testing tool for developers. The new platform will be integrated into Mabl’s existing software platform.
Commenting on the launch, Mabl co-founder Dan Belcher said: "The primary goal is to help customers test application changes under production load before they release them so that they can detect any new bottlenecks or things that they would have experienced as the changes hit production before release”.
Mabl also says its new tool lowers the barrier to entry to testing, enabling teams that do not have dedicated performance testers or specific performance testing tools to assess how their applications will perform under production loads.
“Anyone within the software team can use it, so it is not limited to just the software developers or just the performance experts,” Belcher said. “Because we’re low-code and already handling the functional testing, it makes it super easy for the teams to be able to define and execute performance tests on their own without required specialized skills.”
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