Tricentis NeoLoad, the market-leading continuous performance testing solution, has just released version 7.3.
What’s new in this release?
Dynamic infrastructure: NeoLoad offers dynamic infrastructure with Kubernetes, Amazon EKS, and Microsoft AKS.
Tricentis Tosca integration: NeoLoad converts functional web tests from Tosca into performance tests with one click.
The highlights in a nutshell:
Dynamic test infrastructure with Kubernetes, AKS, and EKS
NeoLoad’s dynamic infrastructure is the capability to interact with container orchestrators, currently OpenShift, Kubernetes, Microsoft AKS, and Amazon EKS, to provision and use load testing infrastructure automatically, on demand.
When a test is run through NeoLoad Web, controllers and load generators are spun up for the duration of the test and released once the test is finished. The load testing resources are automatically provisioned with pre-set settings within a minute of executing a test on demand and the Docker containers are shut down and released once the test is complete. NeoLoad leaves the cluster automatically cleared and ready for any use.
Each zone now can be customized in terms of CPU, memory, and Docker image, whether your cluster is managed using a cloud orchestrator or self-managed using Kubernetes directly.