The Performance Beacon

The web performance, analytics, and optimization blog

New Product, New Website, New Headquarters

Taking the Next Steps Toward a Mobile Future

Four years ago we began our journey to provide performance engineers, mobile developers and testers with a platform for testing a new generation of applications. Our goal was to deliver automation, scalability, accuracy and affordability in QA that consumer-facing web applications required. Our first product, CloudTest, provided a way to test tens of thousands of virtual users in minutes while providing real-time analytics. In doing so, production load testing was born.

Last month we launched CloudTest Mobile, our test automation solution to provide mobile developers and testers with a speed- and precision-based alternative to manual mobile app testing.

This week we moved into a larger headquarters and launched a rebranded web site that aligns with our expanding product line. Like our products, our new web site and office space are functional, scalable to match future needs, and aesthetically pleasing. I’m proud to say that our look and feel now matches our product portfolio.

This, along with our continued innovation and commitment to disruption in the SOASTA Labs, will continue to attract and provide modern testing tools to some of the world’s best consumer brands.

Tom Lounibos

About the Author

Tom Lounibos

As CEO of SOASTA, Tom brings more than 30 years of experience building early stage software companies, leading two companies to successful IPOs. Tom is a regular speaker at both cloud and testing events, and has become a leading advocate in using the cloud to empower individuals and accelerate changes in how applications are built, tested and deployed. Most recently, Tom served as President and CEO of Kenamea. Prior to Kenamea, he was CEO of Dorado Corp., a financial services software provider. Previous to Dorado, he was EVP of Sagent Technology through its 1999 IPO, entrepreneur-in-residence at Crosspoint Venture Partners, and held executive positions at Digitalk Corp., Knowledgeware (KWI) and Encore Financial Services. Tom also serves on several boards in the Silicon Valley.