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July 19, 2009

Gomez upgrades web testing applications

Launches Test Recorder for rich internet applications

By CBR Staff Writer

Gomez, a provider of web application experience management, has unveiled a platform-wide upgrade. The company has also introduced integrated enhancements to its web load testing, web performance management, and web cross-browser testing applications for optimising web and mobile applications.

Gomez claims that for businesses offering web and mobile applications, the upgraded software-as-a-service platform provides the integrated applications for optimising the performance and quality of Web 2.0, Rich Internet Application (RIA), streaming and mobile applications.

According to Gomez, the upgrade includes new technology to test RIA transactions, an expanded family of multi-browser testing agents that measure web performance for different browsers, and a new diagnostics dashboard that reduces the time to discover the root cause of a performance issue.

The company said that the platform-wide upgrade includes: the new Gomez Recorder, which simplifies the creation and maintenance of test scripts for web transactions, including multi-step RIA transactions that happen within a single web page; an expanded family of multi-browser testing agents to reveal granular data about how web applications perform in different browsers; and integrated applications for testing and monitoring mobile web sites, applications and SMS services.

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Reportedly, the on-demand web load testing offering has been enhanced with cloud-generated load combined with real-world load from the company’s recently expanded Last Mile network; a new, integrated diagnostics dashboard that aggregates test information across the entire Gomez customer base and testing network; and expansion of the company’s automated cross-browser testing application to support up to 5,000 mobile devices, in addition to smartphones, and combinations of standard browsers, devices and screen sizes.

Jaime Ellertson, CEO of Gomez, said: “The upgrades to the Gomez platform provide businesses with the most powerful and cost-efficient set of integrated solutions, helping to optimise their most important web pages and transactions and meet end-users’ expectations for speed and quality.

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