[Seaside] Call for help: Seaside performances

stephane ducasse stephane.ducasse at free.fr
Sat Jan 13 19:30:46 UTC 2007

Thanks vincent. I'm really happy that you followed my advice and I  
hope seasiders will help you.


On 11 janv. 07, at 17:31, Vincent Girard-Reydet wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I have to study performances of Seaside compared to other solutions  
> (namely Java, PHP). The target would be a large application with  
> many services and very high number of users (possibly several  
> 100,000). The web servers would be deployed in a web farm with load  
> balancing, etc. The goal is to have high availability and very good  
> response time.
> I'm interested in any return of experience, and pointers to  
> performance tests and architecture definitions (even sparse). I'll  
> try to avoid the troll of wether seaside is better than java or PHP  
> (that's not the debate: seaside rules but I have to prove it ;-) ).
> As some of you already know, I've made a first application using  
> Squeak/Seaside, but the performances are quite deceiving (a 1/12 in  
> favor of PHP, 1/6 for Java). Perhaps Squeak is not the best choice  
> for the VM ?
> Avi, I heard you use Seaside to server dabbledb.com. Could you  
> provide some hints on the architecture for achieving good  
> performances ?
> All information greatly welcomed. Thanks for your help,
> Vincent
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