LoadRunner licenses now available on Pronq.com

Acquiring software testing tools shouldn’t be painful. You should be able to get started quickly, and scale up your usage on-demand, at any time. That’s why we’re now offering Virtual User Day licenses for LoadRunner on Pronq.com.

 

The latest version of LoadRunner also include 50 free Virtual Users, for testing any Web, Mobile, or just about any other application technology. This means you can give it to every Developer in your team, for free, and run baseline tests against each and every build direct from the CI (using Jenkins). Better still, Developers can leverage their existing Unit Test scripts in Load Test scenarios, developed in their own IDE using LoadRunner plug-ins. The Community license even includes TruClient, which is great for measuring client-side performance of the application under load.

 

When it comes time to run a larger scale test, say at the end of a Sprint or during a hardening Sprint, you can purchase the additional licenses to run your test in a matter of minutes. The cost is reasonable, and you can pay using standard methods such as credit card or Paypal.

 

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Now you can get started using the industry standard performance validation tool with no obligation to buy. We are confident that you will see value from HP LoadRunner, throughout application Development.

 

Click here to download Free LoadRunner

Click here to purchase LoadRunner Virtual Users days

 

Thank you for choosing LoadRunner!

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