RavenDBIt was the weekend before the wedding…
…when all through the house. Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. Because everyone was away on a Stag/Hen weekend.
Phil Jones has just notified me that a site he has been working on for a while went live. Escape Trips is a site that provides Stag and Hen trips in the UK. A Stag/Hen weekend is apparently a bigger version of a stag party, I assume that this is the origin for movies like this (well, not really).
At any rate, this site is actually powered by RavenDB throughout. We actually have several videos in the pipeline of me and Phil hashing out some details about the site when it was built.
The site is fast, and Phil was kind enough to give me some interesting stats.
Some interesting performance stats compared to SQL Express which was running on the VPS. SQL Express was eating ~500MB of RAM (limited), RavenDB has been sat at ~80MB since launch last night! I think EF was eating CPU as well, CPU usage is way down as well.
Performance comment wise, I don’t know if EF was to blame but IIS process CPU usage is down even though traffic has doubled since the launch (mainly crawlers and a new adwords campaign). After running since the launch on Thursday night, the RAM usage has increased to 100MB, still a really great number though as I plan to scale down the VPS’s RAM saving money, RavenDB will actually be paying for itself!
The website looks quite simple from the public side but most of the development has gone into the private administrative website for dealing with sales, customer support and content editing. Performance wise, the system is more responsive and users are very pleased!
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- (03 Aug 2017) Raven Query Language
- (13 Jul 2017) The admin’s backdoor is piping hot
- (10 Jul 2017) Securing the keys to the kingdom
- (04 Jul 2017) Unbounded results sets
- (13 Jun 2017) The etag simplification
- (12 Jun 2017) Data subscriptions, Part II
- (09 Jun 2017) Data subscriptions, Part I
- (19 May 2017) Managing encrypted databases
- (11 May 2017) Working with attachments
- (10 May 2017) Attachments
- (08 May 2017) Full database encryption