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load test

A test of a computer system and its applications by running under a full complement (full load) of transactions or users. A load test can be real or simulated by testing software. See load testing software.
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Calling it a historic day, Shri J P Nadda, Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare launched the Viral Load testing for all People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV),at a function, here today.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 28, 2017-Software Testing Firm Tricentis Acquires Flood IO Load Testing Platform
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends viral load testing as the preferred method for monitoring the clinical response of patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection to antiretroviral therapy (ART) (1).
This is shown in the report The State of Web Readiness 2012, drawing on data about load testing habits in 132 different countries compiled by Load Impact, the worlds largest online, cloud-based load testing service.
And if you've tried load testing a crane on your HEMTT-A4, you might have experienced this
uk), the UK software testing company, has announced the launch of its VLS spike testing service extension for its cloud load testing service: the Load Cannon.
This new feature enables users to leverage real-world user scenarios developed for functional and load testing to continually monitor customer transactions and correlate them with their back-end systems to identify and fix problems before they impact Web site visitors.
Finally, load testing benchmarks performance, response time and throughput functionality, while regression testing ensures that application problems are not introduced with newer versions of your application.
Shunra Software has announced that it is teaming with Mercury Interactive (NASDAQ:MERQ) to integrate its Wide Area Network (WAN) emulation technology with Mercury Interactive's industry leading load testing software.
If viral load testing is not available, current treatment guidelines (2) recommend testing for p24 antigen, a viral protein.