Video: Real Stories of Load Testing Web 2.0 - Part 3

The third part in our Load Testing Web 2.0 series covers a not-so new concept of server-side data processing.  Don't be fooled into thinking you already know about server performance, because these new architectures are using client-like Javascript on the server; which is sometimes called reverse Javascript.  This video will describe how performance issues can sneak into this type of architecture and how even a simple component can result in serious latency and server-side resource overhead.  Here is Part 3 of the series, "Real Stories of Load Testing Web 2.0: Server-side Javascript Impacts (opposable thumbs not required)."



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