Intro to Performance and Scaling

Welcome to the Performance and Scaling series. This is a series of articles and blog posts that aim to deliver advice and guidance for optimizing the performance of Exago BI.

Internet software is very complex, often comprising dozens of servers and interconnected components. Taken separately, small gains in a handful of areas may seem minimal, but added together they can manifest in noticeable improvements for the end-user.

In this guide, we list five general categories of performance considerations: Hardware and Network, Data Configuration, Integration Architecture, Application Configuration, and User Experience and Expectations. We discuss how improvements can be made in each of these different areas, for both initial deployments and existing installations of Exago BI. As always, consider these suggestions in the context of your own environment.

Hardware and Network

Optimizing Your Network and Hardware (Blog)

Measuring Database Network Latency

Implementing IIS Web Gardens

Data Configuration

Optimizing Your Data (Blog)

Reporting off of the Exago Logfile

Tracking Execution Frequency with Monitoring

Integration Architecture

Optimizing Your Application Architecture (Blog)

Monitoring Scheduler Load

Application Configuration

Optimizing Your Application Configuration (Blog)

Optimizing Reports for Database Aggregation

Special Cartesian Processing

User Experience and Expectations

Managing Users' Performance Expectations (Blog)

Proactively Auditing Report Speed and Design

Ways to Add Messaging to the End User Interface

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Exago Development
created 2017-09-26 20:30:57 UTC
updated 2018-09-21 20:41:22 UTC

data, integration, ui, deployment, user, hardware, architecture, ux, experience, expectation, network,
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