All Web administrators want their sites to run correctly and efficiently, and most Web administrators take a lot of time and effort to ensure that this happens. First, the Web site is tested thoroughly for functionality, and then Internet Information Services is optimized. Any applications are configured to run optimally. Finally, the Web site is ready for the Internet. But, sometimes that just isn't enough. I have seen a Web master do everything listed, and probably more, and then have his Web site fail within a week. Why? Because his site was too successful, and the thousands of requests every minute for his ASP pages was more than his Web server could manage.
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