An Approach for Guiding Developers to Performance and Scalability Solutions
KIT Scientific Publishing, 05.09.2018 - 392 Seiten
The quality of enterprise software applications plays a crucial role for the satisfaction of the users and the economic success of the enterprises. Software applications with unsatisfying performance and scalability are perceived by its users as low in quality, as less interesting and less attractive, and cause frustration when preventing the users from attaining their goals. This book proposes an approach for a recommendation system that enables developers who are novices in software perform.
Was andere dazu sagen - Rezension schreiben
Es wurden keine Rezensionen gefunden.
Andere Ausgaben - Alle anzeigen
album antipatterns approach attribute batch fetch change hypothesis change plan change types component constraints created criteria hierarchy cumulative distribution function database decision criteria decision maker defined describe description language dimension dynamic analysis Eclipse Foundation entity graph Fetch Annotation fetch type Figure goal graph query hint identify impacted element implementation effort input interface Java Persistence API join fetch Leeuw load graph mance measurement Media Store application metamodel N+1 Selects problem named query online survey operational profile pagination pairwise comparisons performance and scalability performance antipatterns performance aspect performance evaluation performance experts performance profile persistence unit persistent properties possible solutions propagation recommendation recommendation systems relevant respondents specified scalability problems Section Servlet Servlet methods shared cache software application Software Engineering solution proposals solving software performance source code model SQL queries static analysis supports the developer survey questions test profile validity Vergil workflow workload