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Performance of the framework

Anonymous 4 years ago • updated by anonymous 4 years ago 0
Just one question from me is around the performance of this framework. Can you comment on comparing the performance between this framework and using native entity and mvc frameworks for a project?

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I cannot give performance comparisons of Warewolf vs MVC and Entity Framework.

Currently, Warewolf is intended to augment your existing development stack not replace it.
We have focused on enabling simple and quick SOA by allowing DLLs, Web services and Stored Procedures to be quickly exposed and orchestrated in Workflows that can be invoked in both your Data and Business Layers.
We allow for Web and T-SQL invocation methods.
You can find out more detail on Warewolf’s intended use and general architecture here : http://warewolf.io/architecture-documentation.php
You can find out more on Web and T-SQL invocation by looking at the Samples directory where you installed Warewolf. E.G. C:\Program Files (x86)\Warewolf
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I cannot give performance comparisons of Warewolf vs MVC and Entity Framework.

Currently, Warewolf is intended to augment your existing development stack not replace it.
We have focused on enabling simple and quick SOA by allowing DLLs, Web services and Stored Procedures to be quickly exposed and orchestrated in Workflows that can be invoked in both your Data and Business Layers.
We allow for Web and T-SQL invocation methods.
You can find out more detail on Warewolf’s intended use and general architecture here : http://warewolf.io/architecture-documentation.php
You can find out more on Web and T-SQL invocation by looking at the Samples directory where you installed Warewolf. E.G. C:\Program Files (x86)\Warewolf