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Performance with Sitefinity?

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  1. Sunil
    Sunil avatar
    32 posts
    27 Jan 2004
    23 Apr 2007
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    I have a very basic question. If a website uses CMS (specifically something like Sitefinity), then does that result in a hit in its performance? I am under the impression that with Sitefinity, every request for a page results in some extra code getting executed due to the inbuilt Sitefinity logic. I would really appreciate if someone could clarify this for me.

    I know Sitefinity  provides some very useful functionality out-of-the-box, but I was just curious about the above question.

  2. Bob
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    330 posts
    30 Dec 2016
    23 Apr 2007
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    Hello Sunil Dhaul,

    Sitefinity adds very little overhead on the public side due to database calls. Page rendering and live cycle is identical to regular .aspx page. Also, RC2 supports output caching which could be faster then reading from an html file depending on the caching mode chosen.
    On the administration side, the overhead greatly depends on the features allowed such as workflow and versioning.

    All the best,
    the telerik team

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