We ran a number of load tests pitting Everleap against other popular hosting platforms
Average Response Time Test
In this test, we recorded the average response time with a sustained load of 50 users (see methodology section below for details).
First Fail Test
In this test we steadily increased the number of users and observed when the site experienced the first error. "Error" is defined as either a server error (e.g., 500 error) or a response time of 20 seconds or more. The duration of the test was one minute.
The test results indicate that Everleap outperformed the other hosts and plans included in the tests, in both speed of response and in ability to maintain a high traffic load.
The response time tests showed that a maintained load of 50 connections had an average response time of 0.53 seconds on Everleap running on three servers, 1.20 seconds on two servers and 2.52 seconds running on a single server. Azure Basic B2 Service Plan ranged from 2.8 to 4.3 seconds depending on the number of instances. Under the same load, GoDaddy Ultimate and Arvixe BusinessClass ASP had average response times of 26.43 seconds and 20.32 seconds respectively (which would be classified as errors in the First Fail Test).
In the First Fail tests, Everleap running on a single server outperformed all other tested hosts/plans. When Everleap was increased to three servers, the test site accommodated five times more traffic than three instances on Azure Basic B2 Plan, and 18 to 32 times more traffic than Arvixe and GoDaddy respectively.