Test results - Distributed Load Testing on AWS

Test results

Distributed Load Testing on AWS leverages the Load Testing framework to run application testing at scale. When a test is complete, a detailed report is generated containing the following results.

  • Average response time: The average response time, in seconds, for all the requests generated by the test.

  • Average latency: The average latency, in seconds, for all the requests generated by the test.

  • Average connection time: The average time, in seconds, it takes to connect to the host for all the requests generated by the test.

  • Average bandwidth: The average bandwidth for all the requests generated by the test.

  • Total Count: The total number of requests.

  • Success Count: The total number of successful requests.

  • Error Count: The total number of errors.

  • Requests Per Second: The average requests per seconds for all the requests generated by the test.

  • Percentile: The percentile of the response time for the test. The maximum response time is 100%; the minimum response time is 0%.

For more information on Taurus test results, see Generating Test Reports in the Taurus User Manual.