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Saturday, October 28, 2006
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Performance in a SOA, especially in a SOA implemented using Web Services is very important, but folks all too often do not have a common definition of what performance is. In addition, in a majority of the cases, performance is not treated as something that should be engineered into a solution from the ground up.

One of the first things that I do when folks start this particular conversation is to point them to some work that has been done by J.D. Meier and his team over at Microsoft as part of their Perf & Scale work. In particular I point them over to the following:

I find the above work relevant, and highly recommended reading, whether or not you are in the .NET/Microsoft, Java/J2EE, OSS or the Fluffy-Bunny camp.

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