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I improved this screen’s performance by 1000% and so can you! (part 2)

May 22, 2015 / 0 comments / in General  / by CygNet Blog Admin

In Part 1 of my mathematically inventive “1000% improvement” tale, I introduced you to some fundamental diagnostic techniques for evaluating the potential causes of slow CygNet Studio screen performance.  Here in Part 2 of the continuing saga, we’ll dive into more details of the process by which we arrived at our Part 1 solution and introduce some useful tools for evaluating and understanding many CygNet message-based behaviors, not just this one example.

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I improved this screen’s performance by 1000% and so can you! (part 1)

May 05, 2015 / 0 comments / in General Support WESC  / by CygNet Blog Admin

Recently, I was asked to assist with a customer support call regarding a poorly performing CygNet Studio screen.  Having just participated in Dan Snyder’s CygNet Database Service Diagnostics and Performance Tuning breakout session at this year’s WESC, I felt more than ready to take on this challenge.  Surprisingly, the actual diagnostic and remediation process required was much more involved than I expected.  My hope is that by describing, over the next several posts, the detailed process I went through to decrease the screen load time from 30 seconds to 3 seconds, you may come to understand the nuanced considerations required to craft and verify the most efficient solution for your particular needs.

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