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Use four facilities to achieve good performance

Suggest edit Updated on September 22, 2020

 This presentation is part of the Designing and Building for Performance Self-Study Course.

 

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When designing a PRPC application, consider these four checklist items to ensure you address performance issues early.

  1. Design Time Warnings:  Be attentive to PRPC warnings. They indicate when something may not be quite right with one of your rules.
  2. Performance Alerts:  When unit testing, ensure rules run within the expected SLA time and they do not use system resources above certain pre-set thresholds.
  3. PAL:  Inspect the unit-tested run-time statistics of PAL to identify indications of abnormal usage.
  4. Application Functionality: Ensure there are no behind-the-scenes errors that may have performance implications.
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