Issues with the Application’s Behavior That Cause Problems in a Multi-User Server

At the completion of the project, applications that have been running separately on individual workstations will be run together in a server environment. This requires that they co-exist and run in that environment without interfering with each other. The applications must also behave in a way that does not degrade their scalability and performance in this environment to the point that it is no longer cost effective. The following questions raise the issues that may commonly surface with applications:

  • Does the application consume excessive resources or neglect to release them appropriately? An application cannot be allowed to monopolize the CPU, memory, or other ...

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