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Performance test your code with hundreds of thousands of users using Visual Studio Team Services.
- Load test web sites, apps and APIs
- Scale to hundreds of thousands of concurrent users
- Deep analysis with rich diagnostics, trace and exception logging
- Generate load from multiple regions worldwide
- 20,000 virtual user minutes FREE every month
If you prefer to run your tests in a local environment rather than in the cloud, see Use a lab environment for your devops.
Generate hundreds of thousands of connections in minutes. Cloud-based load testing leveraging the power of Azure is like having a whole performance lab at your fingertips. Of course you can run your performance test from on-premises agents too!
Easily create powerful load tests
With authoring experiences in Visual Studio, Azure and Visual Studio Team Services you can quickly create load tests by specifying a website, referencing a JMeter test file or recording and replaying your actions. Run them or customize them using powerful tools in Visual Studio. You can even use existing unit or functional tests to generate load.
Deep reporting and diagnostics
View app performance with real-time charts and graphs. Go even further with Application Insights, and correlate test results with server diagnostics.
Test from where your users are
Run tests from one of many global Azure datacenter locations to minimize latency and simulate users' real-world conditions.
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Free and flexible pricing
Pricing is per virtual user minute (VUM) - a measure of how long your test is and how many users the test simulates. The first 20,000 virtual user minutes are free each month.
|First 20,000 VUM / month||20,001-2M VUM||2,000,001-10M VUM||10,000,001 VUM-above|
|FREE||$0.0004 / VUM||$0.0002 / VUM||$0.0001 / VUM|
Help and support
Submit bugs through Connect, make suggestions on Uservoice, and send quick thoughts using the Send-a-Smile link in the Visual Studio, Team Services, or TFS title bar. We look forward to your feedback.