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ASP.NET, Azure, Database, EntityFramework Performance Pointers

Jan’s magic performance improvement wand is legendary among the Ignition team and among some of our customers. However, behind the magic lurks common sense combined with years of experience at performance tuning. Over on his personal blog, he’s written a post that focuses on some common database related performance optimisations for applications hosted on Azure. Shifting an app to Windows Azure is a great way to expose database related performance issues. Quite simply, SQL Azure has some fundamental differences to a traditional “on site database”, such as limitations on DTUs (database throughput units) and the need to handle transient failures...

This blog entry was posted @ Thursday, August 13, 2015 11:36 AM | Feedback (0) | Filed under SQL · Technical

Mindscape LightSpeed 3.0 – initial impressions

Over the past few days I’ve finally had some time to give LightSpeed 3.0 a bit of a test drive. Nothing extensive so far, but enough to get some initial impressions. The quick summary? I like it. My testing has been with a couple of different projects / databases. One is a greenfield ASP.NET MVC application I’ve been playing about with, and the other is a quick test project I've created in order to run a few tests with LightSpeed against Ignition’s existing Site Foundation Framework codebase (mostly there I wanted to test the single table inheritance features, but it also...

This blog entry was posted @ Friday, January 15, 2010 12:00 AM | Feedback (0) | Filed under ASP.NET