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Throughput is how much stuff you can do in a given amount of time. If you’re timing the copying of a file, throughput might be measured in bytes per second. For enterprise applications a typical measure is transactions per second (tps), but the problem is that this depends on the complexity of your transaction. For your particular system you should pick a common set of transactions.

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Cover of Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture

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