Profiling ASP.NET web applications

If you ever need to profile your ASP.NET web application, you can take advantage of the profiling tools that come with Visual Studio 2008 Team Development Edition.

Here’s a nice overview in the MSDN library: Analyzing Application Performance using Profiling Tools

And if you’re a command-line type of person, you’ll enjoy these links:

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  1. Mias Van Den Berg says:

    You can also use Asp.Net Web Profiler for running applications. It actually displays all content in the cache and application state. It will also display all active sessions in the application along with the content in each session. Sizes of all serializable objects will be calculated and displayed for drill down into managed object properties and contents. You can get it at

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