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Debugging system performance

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1 hr 15 mins

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Intermediate Pega Platform 8.5 Performance English

Diagnosing performance issues requires understanding the root cause of an issue. For example, a user might report that an application takes a minute to render a form. A developer must understand whether the underlying issue is caused by database access, rules assembly, or browser rendering to find a resolution.

After completing this module, you should be able to:

Use Pega Guardrails to help identify potential application design flaws that can impact performance
Identify the causes of common issues that can impact user perception of performance
Adjust alert thresholds
Identify the database issues that cause performance issues
Diagnose and address database issues that improve performance
Identify the possible rule assembler & rule caching issues
Diagnose and address the rule assembler & rule caching issues
Identify usage of node types
Explain benefits of using node types
Define the best practices to classify node types

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Senior System Architect

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