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Real End-User Data for Load Tests
I'm a sales guy for a really cool company that is collecting data from end-users like how long they will wait before clicking the stop button, etc.
I feel this type of data is really important because for load testing you always need to enter parameters like connection speeds and think times, as well as abandon times. We have all of this specific data by industry vertical - and by web site.
If you are interested in getting some of this data - let me know. I am looking to set up new customer accounts for our outsourced load testing service, as I am new to the sales position.
I encourage your feedback, and look forward to talking to you more about this.
Check out the web page that talks more about it: http://www.webhancer.com/site/services/professional/
Re: Real End-User Data for Load Tests
I'm serious about wanting to hear your feedback on this forum or via email...
Before you think this sounds like a sales pitch, let me give you some more information about how we collect the information...
Here's some "Marketing Speak" about what we collect and how we get it:
"Until webHancer, trying to answer any of these questions meant having to rely on services that used proxy “customers” to measure site performance. The problem? Simply put, the samples were too small and the customers weren’t real customers – if they were people at all.
webHancer changes all that, and opens the door to a whole lot more in the process.
Through webHancer Customer Companion, a transparent yet robust client-side performance data collection tool, the answer to capturing real customer views of web infrastructure performance has been found. Once installed on your customer's PC, webHancer Customer Companion transparently relays site performance metrics for all enabled customer visits back to the secure webHancer Assurance Hub.
The Assurance Hub warehouses, analyzes, and generates Web reports based on this invaluable performance intelligence. It automatically monitors your site to provide performance benchmarks during all types of load conditions.
Only webHancer intelligently optimizes QoE on the web, for e-businesses and end-users alike. "