Performance aspects

When working on performance requirements, in the development stage or for the complete application lifecycle, we have to choose the performance aspects that influence our software and development project. Before writing the code, many decisions will be taken, such as what architecture the software must have, what design to implement, what hardware target will run our software, and so on.

As said previously, anything technically measurable and comparable with a valid value range may become a performance indicator and therefore a performance requirement. The more this indicator becomes specific to the application that is being developed, the more its requirements becomes domain related, while for all the others, they are generic ...

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