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Imaginea Performance Engineering

  1. 1. Imaginea Performance Engineering Practice Methodology & Success StoriesFor Private Viewing Only. Not for Public and Unsolicited Distribution. Copyright © 2009, IMAGINEA a business unit of Pramati Technologies Pvt. Ltd. 1
  2. 2. Performance Engineering Methodology Performance Characterization Production System Analysis Detailed Architecture Review Detailed code review analysis Performance Tuning Database architecture, Query Analysis and entity relationships
  3. 3. Performance Characterization Performance goals and objectives Testing for performance Metrics and performance criteria Identify the most common use cases and load levels Expected peak load Development of performance test suites Throughput Test Tool identification Response time Test data generation No of users Define and capture work load Runs tests and analyze data Workload objectives Base Line characterization Analyze statistics Repeat baseline with optimized application Test Tool identification Grinder, webload, loadrunner, funkload, rational tester etc
  4. 4. Production System Analysis Understand Deployment requirements Technology stack Fault tolerance and Redundancy Key components along the response path Understand transactional requirements Web Server, Middleware, Database Caching and Clustering Server diagnostics Load Balancing and state management Memory, gc analysis Deployment configuration Using Java profilers Caching and clustering issues? Run time statistics Configurable parameters like no. of Latencies thread, socket buffer sizes Concurrency and threading issues Statistics collection (Memory analysis , garbage collection etc) Database Service times Estimate the Capacity SQL queries Size the applications Connection pools Database cache
  5. 5. Architecture Review Architecture review Requirements Major modules, interfaces No of users, response time, throughput Inter and intra product message exchanges Capacity and sizing requirements Transactional analysis Understand transactional requirements Data path and its size Load characterization Architectural design patterns and their Run tests and analyze data applicability Top down approach Failure (severance) scenarios • OS, VM, AppServer, Application, Network, DB Recovery scenarios(Recoverability) Choose profiling tools Data integrity and fault tolerance Evaluation of deployment parameters Object instances and scalability Clustering Memory requirements Load balancing etc Optimum performance through load characterization
  6. 6. Detailed Code Review Analysis Understand Code Standard coding practices Different modules Design patterns Layers and Interfaces Class design and Code reuse Dependency and boundary tests Thread safety and deadlocks UI interaction Unit test suites Caching and Clustering Continuous integration Session management and state Peer code review process Clustering and session state Modularity Intra and Inter product message exchanges
  7. 7. Performance Tuning Understand the problem Performance improvement Generic tuning Repeatable test load, with baseline and target Specific operations slow Generating load Slow on high volume of load Run tests and analyze data, interpret Tunable components data Processors, memory, I/O, Network BW Repeat performance tests OS parameters, VM Parameters Tune OS and Network Schema Design, Table indexes Buffer sizes, paging, no of threads, disk No of connections, DB cache reads and writes Performance Criteria and Test Tune JVM environment GC times, Memory, I/O Repeatable test load, with baseline and target Tune Database Tools for generating load Queries, indexes, partitioning Run tests and analyze data Tune Application Sessions, application cache, data paths
  8. 8. Database Analysis Understand the Entity model Scaling the Db Reads Understand domain model, relationships, Replication with slave servers attributes Slave Replication requirements BI requirements Scaling the DB writes Sharading: Partition data multiple Analysis servers Optimum normalization of the schema Managing queries across shrads SQL query analysis, joins (cost analysis) Data redundancy and backups Caching Slave DB for backup Index sizes and its effect on writes and reads Sharding, Partitioning and application design Statistics collection and analysis
  9. 9. Success Stories
  10. 10. SocialTwist: 59 mn queries & 6 bn buttons served Worlds leading social media sharing widget developed on the Java platform and deployed on EC2 for extremely high scalability and 24x7x365 availability. Here are some key characteristics 2.79 billion impressions served 16 Auto scale up or down Configures load balancer automatically 15 New instance to share load after configuration Instant deployment 12 11 Monitor health, average load, requests etc 13 S3 Balance Uptime for more than a year Loader 24% reads and 76% writes on master 14 EC2 3 slaves and 100% reads Remote Shell Cacti System Admin
  11. 11. MyPicks Beijing: Facebook Gaming Application Sun Microsystems sought Imaginea’s expertise to develop and test the Mypicks application that had to be designed to scale for more than 3mn users User DB is sharded (with hot standby) Look up table for sharding S3 Shard Lookup DB 10MB cache size for mil users S M Sharding logic in Node chooser Result Processor Friends DB replicated instead of MapReduce Attaching Web Servers to shard reduces no of User Shard 1 connections to DB M S Base AMI types (LB, Web, Database) S LB WEB Join Cluster, publish stats, join monitor system M Instances on demand using AMI’s User Shard 2 S Instance join the cluster M S Friends DB WEB
  12. 12. Performance Improvement for a contract servicemanagement platform Short introduction: Imaginea executed a performance engg optimization project for a contract mgmt platform (Tech stack). The engagement involved Performance Improvement of 30% Core Services Containers Applications Redundant DB calls Resource App1 Web Optimize and batch SQL queries DB Tuning Caching the Metadata Naming App2 Database EJB Performance Test Suite App3 Tested up to 1500 users Transaction JMS Web Load Test tool LB Designed framework for script reuse and schedule load JVM Monitoring hit ratio, response times, Threading Apache/ JVM Memory GC IIS heap, gc times, cpu, disk, network, Models I/O plugin database queries Operating Systems/ Hardware Cluster CPU MEMORY RAM NETWORK
  13. 13. Performance Engineering for a SaaS application Imaginea delivered a 3X improvement in response time and throughput for a leading enterprise SaaS application vendor. The vendor expected load on the application to increase significantly. App is based on Java/J2EE middleware technology stack. Imaginea executed an engagement that involved a systematic process of analysis, quantification, recommendations & remedy as described below Understand current implementation - Functionality, architecture, modules & frameworks Identify representative test workloads and setup test environments Characterization & analysis exercise Analyze scalability – User scaling & hardware scaling Scalability metrics (concurrent users, throughput, response) Improving response times & throughput Identify code & design bottlenecks suggest fix(s) Scalability reports for the Application (with varying user loads)
  14. 14. Thank You! Contact: santosh.abraham@imaginea.comFor Private Viewing Only. Not for Public and Unsolicited Distribution. Copyright © 2009, IMAGINEA a business unit of Pramati Technologies Pvt. Ltd. 14

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