website introduction：A standards body for performance benchmarks. SPEC is an umbrella organization encompassing the efforts of the Open Systems Group.
website introduction：A useful open source tool for storage and retrieval of time series data.
website introduction：Transaction Processing Performance Council, a non-profit corporation founded to define transaction processing and database benchmarks and to disseminate objective, verifiable TPC performance data to the industry.
website introduction：CMG is a user group focused on performance and resource management, especially for IBM mainframes, with an annual conference and exhibition in North America. Groups link lists local CMG groups worldwide.
website introduction：Performance and capacity planning consultancy and training services. Includes whitepapers. Head office located in London, UK.
website introduction：Hardware reviews and user-submitted reviews for motherboards, processors, graphics cards, sound cards, monitors.
website introduction：Sustainable memory bandwidth discussion, with results on a wide variety of computer systems. From Macs and PCs to the most current and recent workstations, right up to Cray supercomputers. From the Department of Computer Science at Virginia.
website introduction：Benchmark testing operating systems with Microsoft funded Windows NT verses Linux tests.
website introduction：Home page for the dkftpbench FTP benchmark. Measuring how many simultaneous dialup users can be down loading from an FTP site at the same time.
website introduction：Develops performance tools, evaluates performance-related products, designs system benchmarks, and troubleshoots performance problems. Contact information, events calendar, and links to software tools.
website introduction：News and performance numbers from the GWPG Committee.
website introduction：Provider of Internet Software Services, specialising in Performance Investigations - including performance prediction, optimisation and testing.
website introduction：Tools for performance analysis, latency and bandwidth measurement of hardware and the operating system. [for Unix]
website introduction：Benchmarks that measure the performance of Unix file system operations, concerned mainly with identifying bottlenecks.
website introduction：Free software to analyze and benchmark your computer system.
website introduction：A starting point for finding information about computer system performance, benchmark test results and benchmark source code.
website introduction：Uses packet sniffer technology to monitor IP applications, such as HTTP, SMTP and POP3. It measures response times, through put and congestion. In beta release as of 7 May 2002.
website introduction：A collection of tools to help analyze and improve software performance on Intel (x86 and ia64) and AMD (x86 and x86-64) systems running Linux, including tools for measuring hardware performance (CPU/cache/memory), message passing, compiler optimization, and I/O activity.
website introduction：Introductory text on analytic computer performance models. Complete text is available as searchable PDF. Published in 1984.
website introduction：Proposed models for reference locality in streams of requests arriving at web servers. [Postscript]
website introduction：Master's thesis by Binzhang Liu
website introduction：Product information about Microsoft's System Center Capacity Planner.
website introduction：Lockheed Advanced Technology Labs' CSIM is a general purpose discrete-event simulator for block diagram oriented systems. Graphical/interactive or text/batch simulations. Not to be confused with Mesquite Software's CSIM18, another simulation tool.
website introduction：Practical Approaches for Distributing HTTP Traffic by Ralf S. Engelschall.