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. To find a resolution, a developer must understand whether the underlying issue is caused by database access, rules assembly, or browser rendering.
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.
Diagnose and address database issues that improve performance.
Diagnose and address the rule assembler and rule caching issues.
Practice what you learned in the following Challenge:
Assessing application performance
Available in the following mission:
Senior System Architect