Boost ASP.NET Performance

We know how to make your ASP.NET website much more faster

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When we can help you

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  • Your ASP.NET website works very slow and website isn't reliable
  • Your ASP.NET website hangs at all during specific hours/days when traffic is more higher than usual
  • You scaled up AWS/Azure but it costs too much and you want to optimize bills
  • Migrate your ASP.NET website to the latest version
  • Optimize SQL database queries and execution plans
  • Connect or optimize NoSQL storages like MongoDB, CosmosDB
  • Connect modern Search engine like Lucene or Elastic to prevent database exhausting in case if it's hard to optimize it quickly
  • Rewrite monolith ASP.NET app to the service-oriented/microservice architecture
  • Migrate your ASP.NET website from/to Azure/AWS Cloud

We have expertise in speeding up ASP.NET applications, and here are some basic pieces of advice:

  • Avoid slow SQL operations by using tools like MS SQL Profiler or ELK to identify and address such issues
  • Prevent deadlocks by utilizing .NET Performance Profiler to detect and resolve such problems
  • Refrain from mixing synchronous and asynchronous code
  • Implement server-side caching or distributed caching
  • Scale up your application using Web Garden
  • In a live environment, either disable logs or transfer them to a NoSQL storage solution like Elastic or MongoDB
  • Avoid setting debug="true"
  • Avoid very old ASP.NET versions
  • Avoid .NET razor compilations and HTML/Tag helpers espessially in oldest ASP.NET versions
  • Use CDN where it's possible
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How we work

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Investigate source code and runtime version
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Investigate database(s) & external storages
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Investigate logs & metrics (IIS, Kestrel)
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Prepare detailed report
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Prepare possible ways to resolve issues
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Do performance optimizations

When good performance is vital

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Faster websites have a better Google SEO Rank
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Slow websites can stop working during peek hours
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You need to pay more for infrastructure and horizontal/vertical scaling
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Usually, users do not spend to many time on slow websites