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Commercial, Off-The-Shelf (COTS) software has gained considerable popularity as an approach that quickly and economically creates software systems that address business requirements. The saved development time and money will be wasted if the performance evaluation of the system is deferred, potentially leading to performance issues in the system. To save on the costs of performance problem detection it is proposed to introduce a separate review of the architecture from the performance perspective, to identify and resolve any performance issues early on in the life cycle. A few areas that can be addressed as a part of the review activity are covered in this paper.
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