With PureLoad you simulate UE traffic using a full stack implementation for protocols like HTTP(S), HTTP/2, HTTP Streaming, RTSP/RTP, SIP, and MSRP.
You can simulate from one to millions of simultaneous users having different user profiles using individual ip, MSISDN, etc and different traffic behaviors (use cases).
PureLoad use a control- and user-plane separation architecture and have been supplying cloud based test solutions based on KVM, OpenStack, VMWare since 2010.
PureLoad fully support test of end-2-end flows with custom simulated nodes.
For 5G network slices PureLoad can be run within a cloud and specific NFVI or outside the cloud using external network connections towards the different VNFs. GTP-U traffic is supported through different UPFs using load server distribution or use of network context.
Already today PureLoad support testing of 4G Diameter nodes.
For the 5G Service Based Architecture PureLoad has since several years built in support for HTTP/2 and JSON which enable performance test of single nodes or flows between nodes like:
- Network Repository Functions (NSSF, NEF, NRF)
- Authentication Server Functions (AUSF)
- Unified Data Management (UDM)
- Policy Control Functions (PCF)
- Application Function (AF)
At PureLoad Software we work with supplying load test tools and solutions. We can supply from individual tools to fully working environments that suits your specific testing needs.
For 5G Service Based Architecture testing we can provide different types of solutions like:
Test solutions for migrating to SA- or NSA-options.
Test solutions for software development supporting functional tests on individual desktops, CI functional and performance test.
Test solutions for performance test for small- or large-scale test.
Test Solutions supporting Active Monitoring on functional level for live systems.
Through our technology and thought leadership, unprecedented experience in load and performance testing of complex solutions, we don’t just sell you the tool, we can be with you through the whole process from analysis to design, execution and reporting.