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Our team uses Grafana or Datadog to investigate these metrics today, will Latency Lingo still provide value?

  • Yes. Latency Lingo is designed to complement your existing monitoring tools by diving deep into performance testing workflows. We encourage teams to treat application performance monitoring as a prerequisite to running any performance tests.

Which open source load testing tools are supported?

  • The CLI tool accepts JMeter and Gatling formats at the moment, with planned support for Locust, and k6 log formats. Please reach out with test runners that you would like immediate support for. Our APIs are generalized and designed to be compatible with any test runner.

What time granularity are metrics stored within Latency Lingo?

  • Our metrics are stored as rollups at 5 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes, and 30 minutes. See our Metrics page.

Is there a maximum size for input files?

  • The current max size is 100mb. There is work being done to increase this, but please reach out with your use case if this is an issue.

I used to be able to publish reports without an api-key, but now receive a warning. What happened?

  • When we introduced our version 2, we decided to deprecate test reports that were not tied to a user. These anonymous reports prevented us from properly understanding and serving our customers.

Still have questions? Feel free to reach out with any inquiries.