WSM blog: OpnetWork2011: Monitoring & Tracing .Net 4 based Web Applications with AIX 7.1
written by Dennis Reil, 25. August 2011
I will be presenting a case study on the OpnetWork2011 in Washington, D.C. next week.
If you like to attend my presentation, please sign up for session 1423 on Monday.
OpenText Corporation in Oldenburg is currently migrating their ASP/ASP.Net-based product, Web Site Management Server, to Microsoft .Net Framework 4. With this migration, there is a focus on improved scalability and performance. AppInternals Xpert 7.0 was already used to monitor and trace the behavior of the old partly .Net Framework 3.5-based product mostly within productive customer environments. Within the agile development process of OpenText R&D, AppInternals Xpert 7.1 beta was introduced to strengthen the efforts of improving scalability and performance and continuously identify performance hotspots within load tests. This case study will give an overview about the development process supported by AiX 7.1 and the experience OpenText has had with monitoring and tracing their .Net 4-based web application.
Source: OpnetWork2011: Monitoring & Tracing .Net 4 based Web Applications with AIX 7.1
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