So the moment that I was waiting for has finally arrived. I picked up my courage and pressed the publish button of the .NET Core project. Then soon after, this happened:

The main message from this chart is that before publishing this version, the average response time of the site running on ASP.NET MVC 5 was between 90 and 100ms. With ASP.NET Core 2.2 we can see that the average is now around the 20ms mark.

That’s an improvement factor of 5X, and the best part of it is that there is minimal change in code. And this code is mainly updating references from System.Web to Microsoft.AspNetCore (see my previous blog entries to know more about these tweaks). And I also have to admit that this is running on the smallest paid tier.

So now the fun part starts, trying to improve the performance even further through my own changes.


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