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Nice review about Intel NUC DE3815TYKHE (no we do not have any affiliation with Intel)
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Microsoft .NET technology compared to Linux/FreeBSD in clouds

› G-WAN + C script ............ 0.4 ms
› Apache + PHP ............... 12.6 ms
› GlassFish + Java ............42.3 ms
› IIS + ASP.Net C# ......... 171.8 ms

These sad numbers come from having to compile MSIL to machine code at every startup or cgi access. The 'warming up' phase takes too long. And consumes to much memory. Compiling to machine code .exe, e.g. with NGEN.exe doesn't work with the new .NET generations due to reflection and post - jit optimizations.

In clouds these times and CPU cycles add up dramatically. I've seen even worse times on Hyper-VM and short network packages, like websocket/AJAX.

Originally this technology was designed for machines, which had slow harddrives and relatively fast CPUs. So the CPU could compile to machine code during load from HD. But nowerdays SSD harddrives are blazingly fast. Now .NET is the bottleneck, which causes extreme costs.

In clouds .NET needs about 10-100 times more RAM and about 10 times more CPUs. At 200-300 parallel connections .NET is at its limit. G-WAN/NGINX/L-WAN at about 300.000-800.000 simultaneous connects.

So you're running out of costs for more hardware, energy, license fees, what obviously was intended to optimize M$ profits. Their quarterly income reports reflect that. http://netcraft.com also confirms: All Linux/FreeBSD servers. No Microsoft anywhere.

Have fun!
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+comhem Det där med tivo va ju en lyckad ide... #tivo #comhem
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