Building High Performance Applications

Performance is one word which is used to describe multiple scenarios’ when talking about the application performance. When someone says, I need a High Performance Application; it might mean any/all of the following :

  • Low Web latency Application ( meaning low Page Loading times) 
  • Application that can serve ever increasing number of users (scalability) 
  • Application that does not go down (either highly available or continuously available)

For each of the above, as an Architect you need to dig deeper to find out what the user is asking for. With the advent of cloud, every CIO is looking to build applications that meet all of the above scenarios. With the advent of elastic compute, one tends to think that by throwing hardware to the application, we may be able to achieve all of the above objectives.

The techniques employed to achieve the above scenarios at times are different and it is important to find the right approach to the solution that meets the above objectives. We will examine some of the common techniques that can help us achieve the objectives:

Reah them HERE!

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