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Apica’s LoadTest Portal is an enterprise‑level load and stress testing SaaS and script tool trusted by many of the world’s largest organisations. Use Apica LoadTest Portal to accurately execute load tests of nearly unlimited scale and with a depth of result detail unparalleled in similar testing tools.


All of Apica’s testing services can be accessed from one convenient, affordable and easy‑to‑use portal. Whether you have a product launch on the horizon or are planning for seasonal traffic spikes, the SaaS‑based LoadTest Self‑Service Portal allows you to effortlessly perform any number of self‑diagnostic tests prior to anticipated peak load times.


Schedule regular website load tests over time, perform high‑volume tests from a mix of many international locations, and compare your results in the powerful reporting dashboard.


Easily create powerful custom scripts with no prior programming knowledge. And because Apica’s load test tool Zebratester is Java‑based, the tool is platform‑agnostic and can run on Windows, Mac OS, Solaris, and Linux systems.


Apica’s load test tool supports automated variable handling and offers Java Plugin support for complex script functionality as well as script creation without programming. Supported Web Standards include HTTP and HTTPS, HTML forms, HTML hyperlinks, HTML redirects, CGI parameters, JSON data, XML and SOAP, and WebDAV for extracting and assigning dynamic session parameters at runtime and more.


Integrations: New Relic, AWS CodePipeline, AppDynamics, TeamCity, Jenkins, Windows Agent, Linux Agent.


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Apica – your partner in performance

Apica provides the most effective technology for optimising the performance of cloud and mobile applications. Apica offers companies and developers alike easy‑to‑use, cloud‑based load testing and web performance monitoring tools to test applications for maximum capacity, daily performance, improved load times, and protection from peak loads.


Apica was founded in 2005 and is based in Stockholm, Sweden and Santa Monica, California with offices in London and New York.