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Experimental Evaluation Method for Performance Analysis in Web Application Services
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 Title & Authors
Experimental Evaluation Method for Performance Analysis in Web Application Services
Kim, Namyun;
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 Abstract
The performance of a web application is an essential issue to provide high quality of the services in interactive web environments. On a sudden increase in traffic in a very short span of time, the servers became CPU starved and would become unresponsive. This would lead to a bad experience for the clients of web service. This paper deals with the effects of two configurable software settings of J2EE application servers: the maximum size of the thread pool and the maximum size of database connection pool. In order to figure out the optimum configuration value, this paper builds experimental evaluation method for web performance analysis. Finally, a case study related with the proper experimental method is presented with performance result.
 Keywords
Web Application Server;Performance Evaluation;Thread Pool;DB Connection Pool;Spring Framework;
 Language
Korean
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