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Design Goals

Visual Studio .NET 2003

Application design goals are established during the design phase of application development.

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Availability
Discusses the ability of an application to be present and ready for use.
Manageability
Discusses the ability of an application to be administered.
Performance
Discusses the measure of an application's operation under load.
Reliability
Discusses the ability of an application to perform in a predictable manner.
Scalability
Discusses the ability of an application to match increasing demand with an increase in resources.
Securability
Discusses the ability of an application to protect its resources.

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