Web services performance

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About Web services performance

Web services performance has been a major architecture consideration as long as there have been Web services. Web services performance can be measured in terms of response times, cache efficiency, or user experience ratings. We provide best practices and resources for architects, application development managers and IT executives looking to make sure their Web services perform as designed. Find the latest information on optimizing Web services performance with tips, news and expert responses.