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What is Flood IO?

Performance testing with Flood increases customer satisfaction and confidence in your production apps and reduces business risk.
Flood IO is a tool in the Load and Performance Testing category of a tech stack.

Who uses Flood IO?

5 companies reportedly use Flood IO in their tech stacks, including Heroku, Livestorm, and WalnutZtudio.


Flood IO Integrations

GitHub, Slack, Jenkins, New Relic, and Travis CI are some of the popular tools that integrate with Flood IO. Here's a list of all 9 tools that integrate with Flood IO.

Flood IO's Features

  • Browser-based load testing
  • JMeter load testing
  • Gatling load testing
  • Detailed reporting
  • on-premise
  • multi-cloud
  • AWS load testing

Flood IO Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Flood IO?
Simulate any user scenario for webapps, websites, mobile apps or web services. 100% Apache JMeter compatible. Scalable from 1 to 1,000,000+ concurrent users.<br>
Apache JMeter
It is open source software, a 100% pure Java application designed to load test functional behavior and measure performance. It was originally designed for testing Web Applications but has since expanded to other test functions.
Gatling is a highly capable load testing tool. It is designed for ease of use, maintainability and high performance. Out of the box, Gatling comes with excellent support of the HTTP protocol that makes it a tool of choice for load testing any HTTP server. As the core engine is actually protocol agnostic, it is perfectly possible to implement support for other protocols. For example, Gatling currently also ships JMS support.
Locust is an easy-to-use, distributed, user load testing tool. Intended for load testing web sites (or other systems) and figuring out how many concurrent users a system can handle.
Loader.io is a free load testing service that allows you to stress test your web-apps/apis with thousands of concurrent connections.
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Flood IO's Followers
21 developers follow Flood IO to keep up with related blogs and decisions.
Akshay Bhole
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Owen Wolf
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