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Perhaps this is wishful thinking Smile but I would like to do the following.

- Test the load times of 50+ URLs, 4 times a day or more (6k+ hits a month)
- Ideally different browsers and different locations, but not necessary
- Trend each URLs overall load times, last 24 hours, last 7 days, last 30 days
- Aggregate load times across URLS
- FREE, not just a trial Confused
- Willing to download results to Excel for trending if this isn't to manual of a process.

I have been testing http://www.neustar.biz but haven't been happy the performance results, not to mention it isn't free.

Any suggestions.
Have a look at HAR Storage ( https://code.google.com/p/harstorage/ ) or customise the HTTPArchive.org code
I visited your provided link but the page didn't exist anymore.
Try now. It's just an issue with the auto URL linking that included a ) at the end of the URL.
(06-04-2013 02:42 PM)handymanlondon Wrote: [ -> ]I visited your provided link but the page didn't exist anymore.

ShowSlow is the other thing you could look at too
@pmeenan is there any solution´╝č
- Test the load times of 50+ URLs, 4 times a day or more (6k+ hits a month)
- Ideally different browsers and different locations, but not necessary
- Trend each URLs overall load times, last 24 hours, last 7 days, last 30 days
- Aggregate load times across URLS
Not that I'm aware of. There are several commercial services but there are real costs to running that much testing and getting it for free is not likely. The public WebPageTest API limit is right around where you'd need (200 URLs loaded per day) but you're looking for a lot of other functionality as well.

If monitoring the performance is important to you, consider using a commercial service where you actually get guarantees and SLAs.
(08-20-2015 06:48 AM)pmeenan Wrote: [ -> ]Not that I'm aware of. There are several commercial services but there are real costs to running that much testing and getting it for free is not likely. The public WebPageTest API limit is right around where you'd need (200 URLs loaded per day) but you're looking for a lot of other functionality as well.

If monitoring the performance is important to you, consider using a commercial service where you actually get guarantees and SLAs.

my requestment:
- Trend each URLs overall load times, last 24 hours, last 7 days, last 30 days
is there any tool that can do it?
Yes, just not free:

http://www.catchpoint.com/
https://speedcurve.com/
https://www.keynote.com/

And probably a few others though those are the main players in the space.
(08-20-2015 06:48 AM)pmeenan Wrote: [ -> ]Not that I'm aware of. There are several commercial services but there are real costs to running that much testing and getting it for free is not likely. The public WebPageTest API limit is right around where you'd need (200 URLs loaded per day) but you're looking for a lot of other functionality as well.

If monitoring the performance is important to you, consider using a commercial service where you actually get guarantees and SLAs.

Hi Patrick,

Is there a way to obtain more than 200 URL/day saying about 15000+ /day Big Grin

Do I have to use a private instance? (I currently have one private instance to learn about WPT)
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