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Wednesday 22nd April 2015 12:49 AM [Awasu News]

Work on the next release of Awasu has been well underway for a while now, as the optimizing juggernaut plows onwards and upwards 🙂 Part of doing this kind of work is to do before-and-after performance tests, to see how much better the new version is running, and I figured that since I was doing it already, I might as well do some tests on Awasu Server as well.

I've always known that Awasu Server runs much faster and more smoothly than the desktop version, but this is the first time I've collected hard data on how it performs, and the results are, well, impressive :jig:

You can check out the full report here, but to the right is the money shot: Awasu Server updates around 67% more channels per hour than Awasu Pro.

If that's not insanely awesome, I don't know what is ::-):

Awasu Server is in private beta, but if you have lots of channels [1]For example, some of our clients are running tens of thousands of channels., if you want to monitor huge amounts of information, then this is definitely the way to go.

And not only can Awasu bring in this amount of information at high-speed, it can also do something with it all, whether it be forward the information onto a database, or send out emails, or generate reports.

Drop us a line if you'd like to know more...

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1. For example, some of our clients are running tens of thousands of channels.

2 Responses to this post

Nice work!!! I've never felt that Awasu Pro was slow, but I've only got 300+ feeds, with 10,000+ feeds I'm sure any performance enhancement is welcome... and a 67% enhancement is "insanely awesome" indeed!

I need to catchup on all of the new features in 3.0.2 (that's a huge list) and the new extensions.
I'll definitely update my license to get the new releases, as always with Awasu, it's been worth every penny.

Thanks for pouring you heart, soul, brain and brawn into Awasu!!!

No worries 🙂

I'm really excited about the next release. I've already got the raw XML parser working around 3-4 times faster, so I can't wait to apply these same new changes to the rest of the code. I think it's going to be like greased lightning... ::-):

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