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This Week in Website Performance

This Week in Website Performance is a weekly feature of the Monitor.Us blog. It summarizes recent articles about website performance. Why? Because your friends at Monitor.Us care. Essential Server Performance Metrics you should know, but were reluctant to ask Author: zhirayr. There are a great many important metrics that allow you to evaluate the health… Read the full post

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ASP.NET Performance Tips

In this article you can find some easy steps you can follow to maximize the performance of your ASP.NET applications. 1. Use caching. When multiple users request the same content from your page, your server can respond with a cached copy of that content. This way, only the first user will have to wait for… Read the full post

Application Transactions

The concept of an application transaction (also called a business transaction or an end-user transaction) is at the heart of Application Performance Monitoring (APM).  A previous three-part article, The APM Primer (part one, part two, and part three), described the basics of APM.  The article now before you delves a little deeper into APM’s core… Read the full post

The Application Performance Monitoring Primer (Part 3 of 3)

Application Management (AM) includes project management, development, testing, quality assurance, release management, application monitoring, and responding to the information supplied by monitors.  Application Performance Monitoring(APM) is application monitoring that is focused on performance rather than security, availability, planning, or some other matter.This article is part three of a primer for those who have never heard… Read the full post

Google/Yahoo Best Practices

Like it or not, your end-users will judge your website.  If, in their judgment, it is perceived to be slow, that judgment will partly determine how often they return.  It will also affect their friends’ decisions insomuch as user experiences are shared.  That’s why monitoring the user experienceis so important.Now on to the next step. … Read the full post

The Application Performance Monitoring Primer (Part 2 of 3)

Application Management (AM) includes project management, development, testing, quality assurance, release management, application monitoring, and responding to the information supplied by monitors.  Application Performance Monitoring(APM) is application monitoring that is focused on performance rather than security, availability, planning, or some other matter.This article is part two of a primer for those who have never heard… Read the full post