Performance and EGL
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Over the past several months, the RBD team has been working with several customers on questions related to the performance of EGL applications. The scenarios can be as simple as a batch job taking longer to run than expected or as complex as a large JSF application not meeting a Service Level Agreement for the number of active users, the transaction throughput rate, and the response time.
This blog is intended to be a place for sharing best practices for the creation of EGL applications that perform well. We will talk about which alternative ways of coding EGL programs that produce best results in each environment or the most acceptable result across all environments. We'll solicit recommendations on how to measure resource consumption, how to put a repeatable load on your system, or how to locate the culprit in a problem situation.
We value your contributions to this blog as well. Please comment on what performance topics would be most useful to you or propose a topic for sharing your experiences with others as a guest blogger.
Looking forward to hearing from you!