Website load testing explained - Tutorial for loader.io (free tool)

Website load testing explained – Tutorial for (free tool)



This video will explain website load testing in easy terms, using the free tool

We will be testing as my virtual event is coming up in three weeks and I want to make sure the server can sustain the traffic load.

The setup of the page is a 2GB Vultr HF server from Cloudways, with Varnish cache turned on. Since this is a static website, Varnish will help reduce the response times drastically. If it were an e-commerce site, Varnish would not be able to cache pages like Cart or Checkout due to the dynamic content.

However, if you have a static landing page like a blog, a portfolio website, or a squeeze page for lead generation, this setup is perfectly applicable.

If you are thinking about launching paid traffic campaigns, are expecting a big spike in traffic from a promotion or a guest post on a big platform, or have a virtual event coming up, website load testing is super important.

Only with a proper website load test, you can be sure that your site will not go down when it is most important.

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3 thoughts on “Website load testing explained – Tutorial for (free tool)

  1. This server is not optimized well

    I use a 3 dollar vps experiment

    Use larger experimental numbers to get better results than you.

  2. what is your operation system and panel name? any software installed? like litespeed or something? what is your caching settings on server base on web base? what was your vps cpu ram information and located from which country and city? mine is Cent8 Cyberpanel Memcache Radus WP Litespeed Caching plugin digital ocean location sanfrasisco 3rd datacenter 2gbram 2vcpu respond time is 155ms 😀

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