Compare BrowserStack vs. Eggplant Performance

BrowserStack is ranked 25th in Functional Testing Tools while Eggplant Performance is ranked 14th in Performance Testing Tools. BrowserStack is rated 0, while Eggplant Performance is rated 0. On the other hand, BrowserStack is most compared with CrossBrowserTesting, Sauce Labs and Perfecto Mobile, whereas Eggplant Performance is most compared with Appium, LoadRunner and SmartBear TestComplete.
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5,047 views|4,215 comparisons
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1,498 views|1,024 comparisons
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BrowserStack is a cloud-based cross-browser testing tool that enables developers to test their websites across various browserson different operating systems and mobile devices, without requiring users to install virtual machines, devices or emulators.eggPlant Performance provides sophisticated performance testing and load testing tools that can test the widest range of technology and can scale up to simulate any load you need, but are still easy-to-use. eggPlant Performance has been designed to cleanly manage the difficult stuff so you spend more of your time looking at what really matters – improving the user experience of your application. It ensures that your cloud and server based applications will continue to work, perform, and provide an excellent user experience with hundreds or thousands of simultaneous users. eggPlant Performance consists of three main components: Studio, Test Controller, and Analyzer. Studio is used to create the different components of a load test (including scripts, test data, test definitions, and monitoring targets). Test Controller is used subsequently to execute the tests and monitor them during runtime. Analyzer is then used to view completed test runs and their results, as well as generate a wide variety of charts and tables to analyze the data. eggPlant Performance supports a variety of virtual user types for different automation options, depending on the performance or load testing requirements and objectives. — Web HTPP/S: For protocol-level web scripting — Rich clients/UI-based: This includes Citrix VUs (for automating any desktop app published over Citrix), eggPlant Functional VUs (for integration with TestPlant’s functional UI testing tool), WinDriver VUs(for driving the interface of any Windows-based rich client application through a combination of object- and image-based approaches), Selenium VUs (for automating the user experience of browsers). — TCP/UDP: For recording network traffic
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Microsoft, RBS, jQuery, Expedia, Citrix, AIGCisco
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