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Re^3: Performance, Abstraction and HOP

by rje (Deacon)
on Sep 01, 2005 at 20:54 UTC ( #488494=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Performance, Abstraction and HOP
in thread Performance, Abstraction and HOP

I see this, too. The billing mediation server at our telecom company is powerful, but runs so many applications that it can get backlogged... and backlogs can be dangerous when data keeps rolling in.

Of course, the main reason we have a backlog is because we invoke multiple Java Virtual Machines. So then, poor responsiveness is due to poor environment or design considerations, or something like that.

Now, the operations guys tell us that if perl was the runtime chosen, there would have been no backlog. But apparently, Perl isn't Buzzword Compliant :(


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