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Slow application performance impacts your marketing efforts, revenue, credibility, and customer satisfaction. At QBurst, we incorporate performance engineering techniques early into the software development life cycle to ensure applications are built to be reliable under normal and extreme conditions.
Fast, efficient websites tend to attract and retain visitors better. To accurately assess the efficiency of a website, we analyze the pages and its components using a combination of tools. Based on the analysis findings, the HTML code, style sheets, scripts and images are optimized to reduce load times and bring up site performance to industry standards.
Server performance testing helps to evaluate a server’s throughput, response time, CPU and memory usage, and assess the efficiency of the application and/or database servers.
We evaluate server calibre to identify the best suited one to host your application, considering expected load and web services used.
We cater to custom requests such as evaluation of server performance limited to a region or geography.
Find out if your database servers need fine tuning. We monitor and capture server events to track response time, query rates, resource utilization, and table locks.
Coding errors or hardware problems can cause decrease of throughput. We investigate the case and correct faulty code or add additional hardware as required.
We will check if your application has a memory leak and if so, resolve it.
QBurst offers a complete performance engineering service package.
The acceptable performance level for an application is defined based on customer perception, end-user expectation, and industry standards.
A team of performance analysts, architects, system engineers, and developers work together to tweak and tune the system to be powerful and stable.
Proprietary optimization tools along with a number of open source and third party tools are used to benchmark performance and validate attributes such as reliability, scalability, and resource usage.