Showing posts with label IIS7. Show all posts
Showing posts with label IIS7. Show all posts

Thursday, August 13, 2015

The Web API Checklist — 43 Things To Think About When Designing, Testing, and Releasing your API


When you're designing, testing, or releasing a new Web API, you're building a new system on top of an existing complex and sophisticated system. At a minimum, you're building upon HTTP, which is built upon TCP/IP, which is built upon a series of tubes. You're also building upon a web server, an application framework, and maybe an API framework. Most people, myself included, are not aware of all the intricacies and nuances of every component they're building upon. Even if you deeply understand each component, it's probably going to be too much information to hold in your head at one time.


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Sunday, August 9, 2015

MEASURE PERFORMANCE OF ASP.NET WEB APPLICATIONS WITH MICROSOFT PERFORMANCE MONITOR


This article gives a short introduction in performance measurement of Asp.Net web applications with the Microsoft Performance Monitor (perfmon.exe). The goal is to visualize and measure incoming traffic and to find performance bottlenecks using Microsoft tools. This post shows how to use the Microsoft Performance Monitor, also known as perfmon. A small Asp.Net web application and a client application will be created. With both applications on board, perfmon is used to measure the traffic between the client and the web application.


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