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Cloud Expo Sponsor SOASTA CloudTest Deploys 200,000th Server

Leveraging Cloud Computing to Ensure Web Application Performance and Reliability

Cloud Computing Conference & Expo sponsor SOASTA announced it has deployed its 200,000th cloud server for testing the load and performance of web applications. As the leader in cloud testing, SOASTA enables organizations to easily and affordably simulate an unlimited amount of customer activity hitting a website before going live. SOASTA has improved the quality of performance testing, while saving its customers over $20M by eliminating the need for traditional and expensive test labs and testing tools.

"We've been testing with SOASTA for over a year," said Chris Roe, CTO of Qtrax. "CloudTest gives us the ability to do affordable web-scale testing, which in turn helps us deliver a great user experience to the music enthusiasts who visit our site from around the world. The key to testing is the quality of the results delivered. SOASTA's real-time analytic dashboards are leading edge and have proven extremely valuable in helping us quickly identify areas of stress and latency in our infrastructure."

"Leveraging the Cloud to test websites is a game changer for our customers," said Tom Lounibos, CEO, SOASTA. "We are very proud to hit this milestone of provisioning over 200,000 cloud servers. Our customers can use the Cloud to achieve incredible scale in their testing -- generating traffic that would have been out of reach just a few years ago. Many thanks go to our cloud partners Amazon, Go-Grid, Rackspace, Savvis, 3Tera and others for delivering distributed infrastructures so that we can regularly conduct globally delivered, on-demand web-scale tests."


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