Archives: Performance Engineering

Application Performance and Scalability

September 18, 2018 | By kiranbadi1991 | Comments Off on Application Performance and Scalability | Filed in: Development, Environment, Performance Engineering.

Application performance is measured by service time (response time), latency, throughput, efficiency. Depending on application needs, we describe performance as “how fast “can a given task or work can be completed by the program with the available computing resources. Scalability means ability of the application to increase throughput or computing power of the program when • Read More »

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Implementing Caching Solution

April 28, 2015 | By kiranbadi1991 | Comments Off on Implementing Caching Solution | Filed in: Development, Environment, Performance Engineering.

I have been in quite a few engagements where projects used in process caching and distributed caching using various open source and commercial products.Some projects used memcache,ehcache and some used oracle coherence.I have seen project’s implement in different ways.Caching can be implemented declaratively or programmatically and some of the common questions to ask while implementing • Read More »

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My SQL InnoDB Storage Engine

January 24, 2015 | By kiranbadi1991 | Comments Off on My SQL InnoDB Storage Engine | Filed in: Database, Environment, Performance Engineering, Small Businesses.

MySQL comes with different level of support for InnoDB Storage engine for every version of its release. The Default configuration settings for InnoDB also varies version wise. So its always a wise decision to ensure that if we are upgrading the MySQL and are having InnoDB as default Storage engine, then it does no harm • Read More »

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