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One of the most important phrases of DevOps practices is “Test early, test often.” It’s crucial to perform functional testing early with unit tests and integration tests. But …

Introduction gRPC is a remote procedure call framework that has been widely adopted among cloud native applications. It is an attractive choice for engineers needing more capabilities …

Modern-day applications aim to cover a wide range of users’ needs in a flexible and scalable manner. The software development landscape is moving at a fast pace, …

Introduction In this blog post we’ll help answer the age old question, “What does this service talk to and what does it say?” We’ll see how to …

Speedscale Teams Up with New Relic Instant Observability Atlanta– December 30, 2021 – Speedscale announced a new partnership with New Relic as part of New Relic Instant …

We are excited to announce the launch of Speedscale CLI, a free observability tool that inspects, detects and maps API calls on local applications or containers. The …

OSC Korea Becomes a Speedscale Partner to Bring API Visibility in Kubernetes Clusters Seoul – Nov. 29, 2021 – OSC Korea, a leading Digital Transformation Consulting company in …

Building, running and scaling SaaS demo systems that run around the clock is a big engineering challenge. Through the power of traffic replay, we scaled our demos …

For the first time, Kubernetes engineering teams interested in learning more about Speedscale will be able to play with the framework without registering, at play.speedscale.com. Engineers can …

Slowly but surely, HTTP/2 is becoming the favored protocol for transporting data files between clients and servers. While HTTP/1 used to be the only way of loading …

Speedscale Inc. has achieved SOC 2 Type I compliance in accordance with American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) standards for SOC for Service Organizations also known …

At Speedscale, we are on the cutting edge of defining autonomous testing for the cloud era.  However, we aren’t the only company trying to solve this problem …