The qualitative and quantitative outputs from an individual's efforts.
(1) a user-oriented quality requirement specifying the speed with which an application or component shall execute its functions.(2) a quantitative quality factor measuring the speed with which an application or component actually executes its functions, typically measured in terms of: Capacity. The minimum number of objects that an application or component can support (e.g. the minimum number of users or transactions that it must be able to support). Latency. The maximum time that is permitted for an application or component to execute specific tasks (i.e., system operations) or use case paths end to end. Response Time. The maximum time that is permitted for an application or component to respond to specific requests. Throughput. The number of executions of a given system operation or use case path that an application or component must be able execute in a unit of time.
Performance refers to how long users have to wait for program results. Examples include: interactive response times, response time for large queries, wait times for the results of complex calculations, print times for color printouts. Performance requirements need to match user expectations.
Determining the overall productivity of an ASP based on availability, throughput and response time.
One of the three OEE Factors. Takes into account Speed Loss (factors that cause the process to operate at less than the maximum possible speed, when running). Must be measured in an OEE program, usually by comparing Actual Cycle Time (or Actual Run Rate) to Ideal Cycle Time (or Ideal Run Rate).
A measure of the speed of the drive during normal operation. Factors affecting performance are seek times, transfer rate, and command overhead.
A major factor in determining the overall productivity of a system, performance is primarily tied to availability, throughput and response time.
A measure of the ability of a computer system or subsystem to perform its functions; for example, response time, throughput, number of transactions.
A quantitative measure characterizing a physical or functional attribute relating to the execution of an operation or function. Performance attributes include quantity (how many or how much), quality (how well), coverage (how much area, how far), timeliness (how responsive, how frequent), and readiness (availability, mission/operational readiness). Performance is an attribute for all systems, people, products, and processes including those for development, production, verification, deployment, operations, support, training, and disposal. Thus, supportability parameters, manufacturing process variability, reliability, and so forth, are all performance measures.
Those operational and support characteristics of a product that allow it to perform its mission over time. Support characteristics include support elements necessary for operation.
This parameter measures the throughput of the server in handling requests and is indicated as the response time for processing concurrent requests (queries, updates, zone transfers, etc.).
A major factor on which the total productivity of a system depends. Performance is largely determined by a combination of several other factors: throughput, latencies, response time, and availability.