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Why My ASP.NET Application's Performance Is Less Than Optimal?

Why My ASP.NET Application's Performance Is Less Than Optimal?

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 Alik Levin    From my recent engagements I collected few performance anti-patterns that make ASP.NET web application to perform the way that is less than optimal. Many related to architecture and design.
Below is the list of the anti-patterns and related materials on how to identify, analyze, and fix it.
Have fun - if you feel like sharing your own experiences - that would rock my world!

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  • Great list!!

    Linked to the session overuse I would add "beware of session overuse when moving it to out-of-proc (ie. sql state server)" one more latency point is introduced (network, db access)

  • Thank you, Jaime!

    Your point regarding the out-of-proc session is generally very good. The thing is that I compiled the list based on my own experiences - something i personally dealt with. I never hit out-of-proc session DB or Service.

    Anyway, thanks for the insight!

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