How to Monitor and Optimize an ASP.NET Website to Resolve Performance Issues?

Would you be impressed with a beautifully designed website that takes ages to load? Not really! Your users are no different. Moreover, today’s sophisticated web users look for both speed and functionality in a website. In order to overcome the challenges to meet user expectations, you should outsource ASP.NET web app development to a professional and experienced outsourcing ASP.NET development agency. This will enable you to rest assured that your website do not have any problem that could result in poor performance.

What are the potential issues that can slow down an ASP.NET web app?

Following factors could slow down an ASP.NET website or web application and hence must be monitored for website performance:

  • JavaScript code is slow
  • Render-blocking on asset loading
  • HTTP Server issues
  • Load balancer
  • Switches and routers
  • DNS issues
  • ISP issues/ Network
  • Proxy getting in the way on the user side
  • Application code including third party libraries
  • Third party services such as payment processors, etc.
  • Subsystems such as SQL Server, Elastsearch, Redis, Rabbit MQ, etc.

Performance optimization in ASP.NET websites

ASP.NET optimization is essential to assess the healthiness of every component of your website. For instance, a load test can reveal lot of information about the performance of your website or web application. The two crucial KPIs are the transaction response time (under peak time) and the maximum transaction throughput per second. These two factors play a significant role in performance testing as they determine how your application is performing during peak load time.

If your application or website does not pass the test then there is a problem. To resolve this issue, you would have to use the old code copy profiler and optimize the code.

Your ASP.NET specialist can use other metrics such as network, platform and system to assess whether your website is up to par with your business goals or not.

Now it’s your turn

Are you are facing any performance issue in your ASP.NET website? How are you going to solve the issue? Please let us know by leaving your comments.


Originally published at microsoftdevelopmentagency.blogspot.com on May 5, 2017.