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Improving service while controlling costs (software management)

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The need for performance engineering is described in terms software managers can use to make the case to upper management. Performance engineering is defined as a method for constructing systems to meet performance objectives. As a development approach, it lies between the extremes of performance-driven development and fixing it later. Some successful applications of this approach are examined.<>

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IEEE Software  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 2 )