- It allows you to create your own customized code.
- It provides an analysis report after running a test scenario.
- It supports maximum protocols.
- It's user-friendly.
It generates reports in a format that's very easy to understand for both our own internal use and other audiences. It supports Citrix and SAP protocols, which is very helpful for our clients to understand bottlenecks if there are any on their network.
It should support GWT and mobile testing, including network virtualization.
I've used it for eight years.
We didn't encounter any issues during deployment.
We haven't encountered any stability issues.
We haven't encountered any issues while scaling.
I'd say that customer service is not good.Technical Support:
Technical support is also not good.
I used NeoLoad, but it does not support Citrix, so we chose LoadRunner.
Initial setup was not that difficult.
We did the implementation through an in-house team.
My advice is for you to have a load generator machine that has a good configuration for handling large volumes of users.
It is very costly, but LoadRunner works perfectly. It fits our needs in the way we use it, but you should make sure your use justifies the cost.
We have only web-based services, mobile testing in scope, and the user load is maximum 1000, so we could have used NeoLoad, but there were lots of other factors in switching.