Exactly.You don't want to deploy something unless knowing for certain that
it can scale to 5000 users
"Jon Skeet [C# MVP]" <skeet (AT) pobox (DOT) com> wrote
Cablito <cablito (AT) dontspam (DOT) com> wrote: |
in a way you are absolutelly right.... but the "test" environment is an
client base of thousands of paying customers. No room for mistakes.
If you were really thinking of deploying *anything* without testing it
in a less risky fashion, I think you're playing with fire.
Throwing the tester at something should *not* mean deploying it in a
live production environment.
I believe what Sriram was saying was that you should build it (or at
least a prototype) then rig up a test system (which should almost
certainly consists of many different machines) to stress test the app.
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