ASP.NET Offers Open-Source Performance Tools For Websites

A Well-Tuned Online Engine


Your website’s programming has some similarities to an automobile engine. Just substitute lubricating “oil” for functional “coding”. Like oil wears out, certain errors in coding will manifest through the site’s regular usage. How much traffic your site can handle, how it works in differing service areas, how well it performs generally—these things will transition.

When your car’s oil becomes compromised by continuous use, the functioning of the engine is in jeopardy, and so the resale value of the car. The engine could seize up, and then your vehicle is history. Well, there’s little danger of a website seizing up, but it can become so difficult to navigate that users have a propensity to avoid it.

For your website to continue functioning, growing, and working as it was designed to, you must continuously monitor it. It must be tested before it is launched and while it is launched. You must keep metrics on it, and watch those metrics regularly. At least, if you want it to run as it should.

Like vehicle owners who don’t take proper care of their cars, there are going to be web developers who don’t have their websites at peak functionality. And, like those cars, the sites will seem to run well for a while.

Difficulties will gradually become apparent, and sometimes workarounds will be designed and implemented as operational protocols. But you could easily fix these problems—well, with the right suite of website development tools.

Curtailing Unnecessary Maintenance Costs

The thing about development tools is, they can become expensive. If you pay too much for the kind of services they provide, you’ll have to curtail additional expenditures. The key here is going the Open Source route—should that be available. And, as a matter of fact, it is.

There’s an online Open Source community of web development tools 15 years old currently.

According to, ASP.NET performance tuning tools: “…can make your life easier.”

They include ways of checking code performance, you can analyze code without full profiling, and there are many other APM (Application Performance Management) solutions available. That they are Open Source is even better: you don’t have to lose any money on them.

There are other Open Source applications like this that can really help you consolidate expenses. Consider LibreOffice, the “free” version of Microsoft Word. You can open, create, and edit documents without spending a penny.

Meanwhile with Word, you’re going to have to pay for the program every year. Certainly it’s got a “standard” nature, but the cream of the crop it is not. Word has merely been normalized. ASP.NET performance tools are to many paid performance analyzers what LibreOffice is to Microsoft Word: an entrepreneurial Godsend.

But even if you’re not working in an entrepreneurial capacity, using developmental analyzation workarounds like this is recommendable for your business. Certainly it’s good to have top-tier solutions of the subscription or flat-rate variety available; but saving where you can is also wise.

Web development using ASP.NET

Infrastructural Cohesion

Website development is becoming increasingly crucial in a society where infrastructure has extended its auspices online. From government websites to privatized solutions, online functionality plays an integral role in economically expanding nations across the globe. This trend is poised to expand rather than contract in subsequent decades.

Your website development efforts should always be as efficient as possible, if you want to ensure greatest financial security; but certain options available now may not be available soon. Sourcing the finest cost-saving solutions and workarounds contemporarily will likely continue to serve your bank account well into the future.


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