12 tips to increase the performance of ASP.NET application drastically – Part 2

This post is second part of my previous post where we discussed six tips to improve the performance of ASP.NET applications. In this post, we are going to discuss six more tips that could be another round a booster for your application performance. The link of previous post is below.

12 tips to increase the performance of ASP.NET application drastically – Part 1

  1.   Make your page asynchronous

IIS uses CLR thread pool to get a thread that processes a request that comes to the application. Say, if there are currently twenty threads available in pool, it means only twenty request can be served in parallel and if request processing takes some time then it could turn into disaster if hundred odd request are bombarded in few milliseconds. In this case…Read complete post on Infragistics blog


12 tips to increase the performance of ASP.NET application drastically – Part 1

Building web application and hosting it on a web server is insanely easy with ASP.NET and IIS. But there are lots of opportunities and hidden configurations which can be tweaked that can make it high performance web application. In this series post, we are going to discuss some of the most unused or ignored tricks which can be easily applied to any web application.

  1. Kernel mode cache – It is one of the primary tools widely used for writing making web application faster. But most of the times, we don’t use it optimally and just leave some major benefits. As each asp.net request goes through various stages, we can implement caching at various level as belowcachingoppWe can see that request is first received by http.sys so if it is cached at kernel level, then we can save most of the time spent on server as http.sys is a http listener which sits in OS kernel…Read complete post on Infragistics blog

Presented on ASP.NET performance tuning in C# Corner Hyd Chapter Event : 12th July 15

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This was the first when I presented at a community event in Hyderabad. I was pretty excited for the day as I started hearing about this city since my college days due to its significance in IT. And yeah Microsoft’s develop center is also in this city. The day arrived and when I reached the venue, I found that most of the seats were full very early and we had some time to start the event as per schedule. Many kept standing throughout the event as the seats were already occupied completely. Here one point to be noted that we organized this event after long in this city and managed to get a venue which was not very known, also not easily accessible. I wasted more than an hour even when somebody was guiding me for the place on phone. Continue reading