bottleneck analysis

bottleneck analysis

[′bäd·əl‚nek ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(computer science)
A detailed study of the manner in which elements of a computer system are related to find out where bottlenecks arise, so that the system's performance can be improved.
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In addition, with this bottleneck analysis and optimal configuration generation technology, it has become possible to quickly and optimally configure a virtual network without an expert, which is also expected to reduce operating costs.
Now that the workflow is automatically captured, the data can be collected to conduct bottleneck analysis.
Bottleneck analysis of G5D, G5L and initial generation (G0I) was carried out by BottleSim 2.
Advanced capabilities including a self-service portal, policy-based control, governance, chargeback, showback, orchestration, capacity/utilization planning, optimization and bottleneck analysis and reporting allow enterprises to more effectively manage hybrid cloud environments.
Methodology : First, methodological developments focus on transport network equilibrium analysis, traffic bottleneck analysis, greenhouse gas emissions evaluation, traffic flow modelling and algorithms design, and tradable permits market equilibrium will be studied.
Using this information as a starting point, each district health team completed a bottleneck analysis of the obstacles and finalised an individualised action framework with potential key strategies that could improve access to and coverage of PMTCT programmes along the cascade, focusing on key indicators.
The bottleneck analysis clearly indicated the areas that required additional machinery.
High-level design such as bottleneck analysis and alleviation in pipelined systems is also discussed.
Running inside the Embarcadero DBArtisan console or within a Web browser, Embarcadero Performance Analyst helps DBAs pinpoint performance problems that threaten a database's availability or response times, providing key performance metrics, bottleneck analysis, workload and SQL execution statistics, and user-configurable thresholds.
The intelligence of the "hub" streamlines critical tasks like trouble shooting of application and performance issues, capacity planning, and microburst and bottleneck analysis -- at the same cost as aggregation products without these capabilities.
In order to determine where and to what extent additional equipment would be required to achieve the targeted doubling in capacity, a bottleneck analysis was conducted for each department: molding area, melting area, scrap charging, pouring area (including cope lifting and cooling), mold opening and area connecting the sand reclamation and heat treatment/quenching (Fig.