re: When do you know the performance bottleneck is not your code, but the infrastructure? VIEW POST

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A log of the processes running in your servers should help you out. For example, If the available RAM is too less to handle, it happens to be the infrastructure. If you have a service, it is kind of a duty to optimise the code as much as possible, I'm pretty sure if you've good developers they will be able to judge whether the code can be further optimised or not.
For example with nodejs, blog.caustik.com/2012/08/19/node-j....

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