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|Headquarters||Boulder, Colorado, U.S.|
|Products||Software Performance testing|
It provides simple cloud-based load testing:
- Load testing for web applications and APIs for performance and scalability
- Integration with PaaS providers, continuous integration tools, and browsers
- Allows testing up to 50,000 concurrent connections for free
- It is cloud-based so it is a no install solution and immediately available for developers to test.
It was born out of SendGrid Labs in late 2012.
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