Something great happened at SherWeb during 2015! The Technical Support team got an NP Score (Net Promoter) of 84, far above the company average (70) and the the industry average (20) ! The same month, the overall customer satisfaction about the company was rated at 82.5. These are tremendous numbers !
When you think about it, much of the money you spend on managing applications is related to data. And unless you have good databases, you won’t be able to deliver the best service to your users. Here are some things to consider: You store data, right? How available are your databases? You launch a lot of queries every day. Are you sure they’ll be processed as fast as possible? How about your database transactions? Can your system execute lots of transactions without sacrificing performance?
Unlike our earlier benchmarks which focused on specific s server features such as CPU and storage, the Apache Compilation and FFMPEG benchmarks provide more of an overall view of how efficiently the components of the different systems work together on real-life tasks, offering greater insight on the server’s practical performance.
We measured how quickly various cloud servers could convert video using FFmpeg, a popular cross-platform solution. Converting videos requires billions of individual processor instructions and operations. It is a true, practical test of CPU architecture and power.
What defines a good processor? GHz and core numbers, obviously. But it’s also defined by the amount of different cache levels and underlying infrastructure. A well-rounded CPU will perform best, even when certain specific tasks are more heavily impacted by other components of the server such as RAM.