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By grabnerandi
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Published: Nov 09 2012 / 01:55

If your application is simultaneously under load and doing heavy back-end processing, performance can be affected. That’s why many application architectures use Message Queues such as IBM WebSphere®, which spread work evenly over the day. But what do you do if your Message Queue isn’t performing? This blog post draws on experience working with an e-commerce company to identify and resolve Message Queue performance hotspots.
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