Compare Web Runs Performance

This page compares the results of Web Run tests on the selected VPS plans.

A load test tool sends HTTP requests at a controlled rate to a web application. The Web Load tests measure latency, CPU usage and maximum server capacity for serving web requests.

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Provider Plan Cost Number of CPU cores Trial
D2a v4 $69.12 2 Jul 17 2020 Web Run details
Contabo Preview VDS L €68.99 ($74.51) 12 May 19 2020 Web Run details
D2 v3 $69.12 2 May 10 2020 Web Run details
Genesis Public Cloud c6s.3xlarge $88.00 6 Mar 27 2020 Web Run details
m5.large $73.12 2 Feb 21 2020 Web Run details

Web Runs Tests Results

Web Server Latency

These are the web server response times when it's operating under the max load level that doesn't cause it to return errors or time out.

A lower number means the VPS is faster.



Web Server Capacity

This is the maximum number of requests per second that the web application can sustain without producing errors.

A higher number means the VPS is faster.



CPU Usage

This chart shows the CPU utilisation of the VPS while the web application is serving 10 requests per second.

A higher CPU idle number means the VPS was consuming less resources.


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