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Performance modeling is a structured and repeatable approach to modeling the performance of your software. It's both an information structure and a process to help you capture performance-related information, including performance threats. You can use performance modeling to shape your application's design to meet your performance objectives, and reduce risk. Performance modeling is a structured and repeatable approach to modeling the performance of your software. It's both an information structure and a process to help you capture performance-related information, including performance threats. You can use performance modeling to shape your application's design to meet your performance objectives, and reduce risk.

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Performance modeling is a structured and repeatable approach to modeling the performance of your software. It's both an information structure and a process to help you capture performance-related information, including performance threats. You can use performance modeling to shape your application's design to meet your performance objectives, and reduce risk.


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