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Stress testing a website gives the ability to have confidence that when a new website is released that the website will be responsive and handle the expected peak traffic load. In the past, stress testing would usually be implemented by using a simple batch application (wget or tinyget). This would work with the simple request that had a minimal session state, a modern website has complex session state and requires a new approach.

To meet the demands and business requirements it is important to have a commerce website built on a solid foundation. The solid foundation will be created by having a core commerce platform. The platform needs to provide a consistent approach, responsive and distributed architecture. This approach will reduce cost and guarantee an accurate website.

Today businesses are dealing with challenges of  supporting a commerce website. The commerce website have become more complex with the changing business requirements, customer expectations and changes in browser technology and devices. IT departments have commerce solutions that are complex and are difficult to maintain. The commerce solutions get more complex due to requirements with catalog restrictions, customer specific pricing, regulatory compliance, security compliance and merging acquired companies or divisions to a common platform.  This complex website provides a poor shopping experience for the user. The business expects a website that meets the customers increasing demand for a commerce website with an evolving business.

Steps to research performance and stability issues with custom code in Insite.

For a business to have a successful commerce website, the website needs to be responsive, accurate and reliable.