Developing performance tests using Visual Studio and C#
The new Silk Performer Visual Studio extension allows you to develop performance tests in Microsoft Visual Studio. It offers functionality to record web technologies, supporting both the protocol-level and the browser-driven approach.
Leading web support across all major web environments
Facilitate high performance across all major web environments—HTML5, AJAX, Responsive Web Design, Adobe Flash/Flex, and Microsoft Silverlight—with Silk Performer: the world leader in performance testing.
Extended browser support for imported functional tests
Silk Performer functionality to reuse your functional tests for performance testing. For browser-driven tests, Silk Performer also supports Internet Explorer, Edge, and mobile browsers, Firefox, Chrome, and PhantomJS.
Mobile web and native application testing
Silk Performer provides extensive support for mobile web and native applications, with profiles for all popular mobile devices, application types and connection speeds.
Rich reporting and analysis
Diagnostics and trending reports quickly detect and resolve the root cause of performance problems. Analyze application behavior and view detailed response timer statistics to detect performance issues before the application goes live.
Silk Performer accurately simulates a variety of wired, wireless and mobile network technologies. It can also measure the impact of different network conditions.
Unlimited scalability from the Cloud
Silk Performer quickly simulates any size peak-loads from multiple geographies without the need to invest in costly load testing hardware and setup.
Easily test your applications across a variety of platforms
Verify that your applications can perform across various mobile devices with mobile performance testing. Silk Performer fully supports performance testing for mobile web and native applications.
Silk Performer supports Enterprise applications
Silk Performer supports the following Enterprise applications: Citrix, SAP, Oracle, MBC Remedy, and Mainframe.