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Offers an end-to-end look at client/server applications, how they are designed, and how they interact with their environment, and shows how to locate and fix sources of poor performance. Covers UNIX, MVS, Windows NT, and OS/2 environments, providing technical tips for dealing with bottlenecks and performance crises, measuring the effects of tuning changes, avoiding making performance worse while tuning, and making trade-offs between various tuning approaches. Includes case studies. For application designers, developers, and project managers. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Get to the root of client/server performance problems... and solve them without the usual trial-and-error! Want to overcome typical problems that hamper client/server performance and deliver a poor return on client/server investments? Then use these system-tuning solutions that make a client/server system perform the way it's supposed to. System architect Sid Wise gives you an end-to-end look at client/server applications, how they are designed, and how they interact with their environment to show you how to locate and fix sources of poor performance. Most client/server applications that are delivered today fail to meet users' performance expectations. Specific vendors' tools address only localized parts of the problem. Client/Server Performance Tuning examines all tiers of client/server applications and points you toward hidden pockets of speed-robbing processing. When applications degrade system performance, you can use the book's technical problem-solving options and situation management tips. Learn how to: Identify bottlenecks and performance hogs; Measure the actual effect of tuning changes; Tune an application and its environment; Handle a performance crisis; Make realistic trade-offs between various tuning approaches; Avoid making performance worse while tuning. Complete with coverage of UNIX, MVS, Windows NT, and OS/2 environments, Client/Server Performance Tuning is an indispensable reference for application designers, developers, and project managers.
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