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VUH - Virtual User Hour
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VUH( Virtual User Hour) is a customized pricing plan for Loadium customers that allows users to run performance and load tests more flexible.
It is designed for enterprise companies who run performance test (stress, load, endurance, smoke) with numerous concurrent user or different parameters for each test. Enterprise customers prefer VUH Plan running load test package independent.
1 VUH corresponds to 1 virtual user running test for 1 hour.
1.000 virtual users running test for 1 hour would result in 1.000 VUH usage
For tests that has less duration than 1 hour, Loadium calculates VUH consumption by ceiling duration with 15 minutes intervals (15 - 30 - 45 - 60 minutes), instead of ceiling to 1 hour, for better flexibility.
For example, a test with 1.000 virtual users running for 25 minutes (ceiled to 30 minutes) would result in 500 VUH usage (instead of 1.000 VUH).
- Max concurrent users
- Engine count
- Test duration
Freely, without limits.
VUH plans are more adaptable than the fixed plans, since it allows you to customize the number of concurrent user and test duration. Additionally, VUH is the industry standard to price load testing products, so that you can easily compare.
You can run your performance and load testing without any execution limits. More tests, more threads more minutes…
You may calculate the VUH with the formula below:
To determine how many VUH you need, you should take your highest traffic as the basis and add an additional 10% traffic to that level, to stay in the safe zone and you can calculate VUH based on the formula above.
Before running a load test, you can see how many VUH will be charged from your account under the test parameters slider. When you run the test, the usage will be charged.
We have a prepaid option for VUH. After purchasing VUH, you can see the number of VUH in your account and run your performance tests.
Since we have a prepaid option, you can’t exceed your limit in your package.