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NTC 324 Week 5 Individual: Performance Bottlenecks Technical Guide

NTC 324 Week 5 Individual: Performance Bottlenecks Technical Guide

Bottlenecks happen when a computer resource (CPU, disk, memory, network interface, and/or process) reaches its capacity, causing the performance of the entire system to slow down. Bottlenecks are usually caused by insufficient or misconfigured resources or faulty system components and frequent requests for resources by an application.

Rerun the section “Detecting System Bottlenecks” of the Practice Lab “Managing Server Performance.”

Complete the tasks for “Download Tools to Create System Bottlenecks” and “Create System Bottlenecks in CPU.”

Using the information from the lab and your observations, create a 2- to 3-page technical guide. In this guide, discuss how performance bottlenecks occur in the Windows Server® 2016 operating system. Identify what a system administrator can do to remove these bottlenecks from the system and improve system performance. Also, discuss how containers can be used to improve performance and isolate environments in Windows Server® 2016.

Submit your technical guide document to the Assignment Files tab.

You will get a ZIP (1MB) file

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