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Kurt Graustein | Tue, 23 Sep 2014 01:07:50 UTC

Srinath, Cary's reference #5 is most likely what you are looking for. Learn more about Neil Gunther's "Universal Scalability Model" in his book "Guerrilla Capacity Planning". Kurt


Srinath Perera | Tue, 23 Oct 2012 04:49:48 UTC

Hi Cary,

Great article. Do you think it is practical/ possible the performance of a server via a equation? It will not be perfect, but still will help us to understand what it does. For example, I tried to draw the performance graph's some time bach throughput vs. concurrency and latency vs. concurrency http://srinathsview.blogspot.com/2012/05/how-to-measure-performance-of-server.html. Potentially, one can try to match a mathematical formula to the figure.

--Srinath


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