In “Getting Maximum Performance from Your Web-Based Applications” we present a foundation for 1) understanding the many potential sources of performance bottlenecks and 2) developing an effective strategy to overcome performance limitations and achieve optimal performance from your web applications.

In an increasingly competitive business environment, delivering high performance web applications has become a top priority goal of every Internet connected business. Due to increasing use of the Internet as a mechanism for delivering all manner of services, including those once confined to legacy desktop applications, companies are challenged to meet a more demanding standard of performance. The once eight second lead time for capturing Internet customers by some estimates has now been reduced to one second, a high bar indeed.

 

Whether deployed to public-facing Internet web sites, company-wide Intranets, or business-to-business Extranets, performance tuning web applications to meet customer demand is a key component in competing successfully as a web-based solutions provider. In “Getting Maximum Performance from Your Web-Based Applications” we present a foundation for 1) understanding the many potential sources of performance bottlenecks and 2) developing an effective strategy to overcome performance limitations and achieve optimal performance from your web applications.