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Load Testing Tool for Web Applications. Simulates users to answer these questions: how many users does my site handle? Will my site crash under load? What are the response times? Easy to use, no scripting but can design advanced scenarios.
Key features: Browser based recorder: Simply browse your application to record your scenario; System Monitoring: Get statistics from your servers (CPU, Memory, …); Data replacement: Log in the virtual users with different accounts, submit forms changing the values; Data extraction: Extract generated links and forms; Content validation: Check page content under load; Reporting: Generate a test report (HTML/PDF/XML); SSL: Record and replay secured pages; IP Spoofing: Mandatory to test IP based load balancers
AdmWin is a toolkit for the Windows, Linux and Novell network administrator. Batch manage accounts, passwords and settings. Transfer accounts and passwords between different platforms. Create or manage accounts on many platforms at once. Explore accounts. Collect system information and event log records from Windows machines. View remote Windows services and processes. Manage remote Windows machines with the remote command prompt.
LinkScan is an industrial-strength link checking and website management tool. The LinkScan family of products delivers test automation capabilities for the entire spectrum of web based applications.
LinkScan allow webmasters and quality assurance engineers to quickly create completely automated test suites. The combination of speed and automation ensure the highest levels of quality with dramatic cost savings compared to manual and other labor intensive techniques. The time to achieve a return on investment is typically measured in days or weeks. LinkScan is available and professionally supported on all Microsoft Windows, Unix, Linux and Macintosh OS X platforms.