Performance is the measure of an application's responsiveness and scalability. A formal definition of performance engineering is the application of roles, skills, activities, practices, tools, and deliverables at every phase of the application life cycle to ensure that the design, implementation, and operation meet the non-functional performance requirements.


The construction of software systems is increasingly employing systematic and quantitative approaches to meet performance requirements. Performance is an all-encompassing quality of software systems; everything affects it, from the software itself to all underlying layers, such as the platform operating system, middleware, hardware, communication networks, and more. Software Performance Engineering includes efforts to describe and improve performance, and generally involves two approaches: an early-cycle predictive model-based approach, and a late-cycle measurement-based approach.


At Indecomm, we focus on making the right choice for every performance requirement and stage—including architecture, design, implementation, and testing—keeping in mind reusability and maintainability.
Our Java Center of Excellence (CoE) consists of software engineers and architects who focus on framework comparisons, proof of concepts, solutions accelerators, training, best practices, and evaluation of emerging technologies. Our Java CoE services span architecture definition, lifecycle application, development, and software re-engineering. The CoE collaborates with the R&D team to offer solution accelerators, including manual and automation testing of developed features.