Every successful development project requires the use of data—to test, to iterate, to create the best possible product. The problem is robust, realistic, and — most importantly — non-PII test data can be difficult for testers to obtain.

Better test data helps create and execute more comprehensive and realistic test scenarios, which ultimately leads to higher quality applications. That’s why we’re excited to share that by using BlazeMeter Test Data in conjunction with Perfecto, you can easily and instantly generate synthetic data for your mobile tests.

  • Save Time – Spin up high quality test data whenever you need it. Say goodbye to the days of manufacturing test data by hand.
  • Increase Coverage – Need specific data for edge testing or negative testing? Generate the data you need to fill any coverage gaps.
  • Test With Confidence – Get comprehensive test data with desired variety, which means better and more robust tests. 
  • Boost Efficiency – Reuse data between tests or generate a fresh batch each time.

Wondering how it all works? Watch this in-depth webinar to get the scoop.

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Petr Vlasek

Petr Vlasek

Product Manager, BlazeMeter

Petr works as Product Manager for BlazeMeter Continuous Testing platform. In past he worked in architect and product roles in areas of workload automation, application security and blockchain research. His current passion is looking for innovative ways how to take continuous testing to the next level and make it developer-friendly.

joe boebinger

John Boebinger

Manager Client Solutions, Perforce Continuous Testing

John Boebinger has been involved in software development for more than 40 years. His career began at Digital Equipment Corp as a Software Development Manager responsible for the delivery of products such as VAX VTX and TeamLinks. In 1998, he joined CA Technologies, which was acquired by Broadcom in 2018. Currently, he is a consultant for Perforce Continuous Testing, focusing on such technologies as performance testing, functional testing of mobile, web, and APIs, service virtualization, and test data.