Is a VM necessary as opposed to a container solution ?
Is the Sustainable IT impact assessed for each solution?
Virtual Machine virtualization techniques duplicate all operating systems and partition access to physical components. Other container-based techniques are more economical in terms of duplication and their proximity to the physical components allow better use and supervision of these resources.
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16 other criteria related to the recommendation: Use the technical components that improve the sustainable IT aspects, security and performance
Is the documentation of the functionality available to enable its reuse ?
Is the web server used asynchronous and multi-threaded ?
Has the dependency tree of the integrated components been evaluated ?
Can dependencies be reduced by using an alternative component ?
Is the user informed of a processing in progress in the background ?
Has the integration of asynchronous processing been evaluated ?
Are unused resources freed up as quickly as possible ?
Does service availability require redundancy ?
Do interactions between components benefit from caching mechanisms ?
Are the browser caches not being blocked by the framework or technology used ?
Is there a lighter framework / library that meets the functional need ?
Is an Open Source solution available for the functional need ?
Are the versions of the components used tracked and deployed ?
Is the security implemented justified with regard to the operations carried out ?
Is the level of logs adapted to the environment ?
Are temporary files included in the "logrotate" ?