Case Study about Performance Prediction of Web Based Application Architectures
Abstract: Efﬁ cient web application is a challenge that we need to achieve when architecting web applications. This research follows a performance testing approach that aims to utilize load testing tools to give ideas about performance issues early in the development life cycle for applications implemented using Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) or .NETplatform. Thus, it helps system architects to choose amongst competitive frameworks. To achieve this aim, the applications are subjected to artiﬁ cial workload. Direct measurements are obtained on the speciﬁ ed application scenarios using different testing tools.
Introduction: In addition to the functional requirements, the web based applications developers are considering many other key issues to be facilitated and granted in the ﬁnal stage of the developing process. Amongst the key non-functional requirements inﬂuenced by the architecture of the application and the utilized technology are performance, scalability, availability, and security. Performance of the application may not be looked at until there is a concern. In other words, as the access and requests on demand increases, performance is the most likely concern. Therefore, the web application has to achieve the high performance demand.
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