We are running our Red Samurai Performance Audit tool and monitoring ADF performance in various projects already for about one year and the half. It helps us a lot to understand ADF performance bottlenecks and tune slow ADF BC View Objects or optimise large ADF BC fetches from DB.
There is special update implemented for OOW’13 – advanced ADF BC statistics are collected directly from your application ADF BC runtime and later displayed as graphical information in the dashboard. I will be attending OOW’13 in San Francisco, feel free to stop me and ask about this tool – I will be happy to give it away and explain how to use it in your project.
Original audit screen with ADF BC performance issues, this is part of our Audit console application:
Audit console v1.1 is improved with one more tab – Statistics. This tab displays all SQL Selects statements produced by ADF BC over time, logged users, AM access load distribution and number of AM activations along with user sessions.
- Daily Queries – total number of SQL selects per day
- Hourly Queries – Last 48 Hours
- Logged Users – total number of user sessions per day
- SQL Selects per Application Module – workload per Application Module
- Number of Activations and User sessions – last 48 hours – displays stress load
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