What is RedLine13?
It is a load testing platform that brings the low cost power of the cloud to JMeter and other open source load testing tools.
RedLine13 is a tool in the Load and Performance Testing category of a tech stack.
Who uses RedLine13?
3 companies reportedly use RedLine13 in their tech stacks, including Queue-it, The Meet Group, and RedLine13.
11 developers on StackShare have stated that they use RedLine13.
Python, Node.js, PHP, Jenkins, and Selenium are some of the popular tools that integrate with RedLine13. Here's a list of all 9 tools that integrate with RedLine13.
Pros of RedLine13
Easy to scale JMeter in the cloud cheaply
Easy to scale JMeter in the cloud for free or almost fr
Can run load agents in any EC2 Region
Generate JMeter Report in the cloud
- Build packaged, custom, and repeatable tests that can easily delivered to QA, streamlining your testing process
- Run an unlimited amount of tests on an unlimited amount of servers for as long as you’d like. Testing with RedLine13 means testing without limits.
- Cloud load testing means you can scale out your tests: 1,000 users, 100,000 users, and even 1,000,000 users
- By integrating with Jenkins, we complete the continuous integration process for load testing. So affordable you can test all day long
RedLine13 Alternatives & Comparisons
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