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Pro .NET Performance by Dima Zurbalev, Ido Flatow, Sasha Goldshtein

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CHAPTER 11

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Web Application Performance

Web applications are designed to handle hundreds and even thousands of requests per second. To build such applications successfully, it is important to identify potential performance bottlenecks and to do everything you can to prevent them from occurring. But handling and preventing bottlenecks in ASP.NET applications is not confined to your code alone. From the time a web request reaches the server to the time it reaches your application’s code, it passes through an HTTP pipeline and then through the IIS pipeline, only to reach another pipeline, the ASP.NET’s pipeline, and only then does it reach your code. ...

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