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Capacity Planning

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Introduction to Capacity Planning

Capacity Planning Factors

Programmatic and Web-based Clients

RMI and Server Traffic

SSL Connections and Performance

WebLogic Server Process Load

Database Server Capacity and User Storage Requirements

Concurrent Sessions

Network Load

Clustered Configurations

Application Design

Tuning Your WebLogic Server Deployment

Next Steps

MedRec Benchmark Overview

Changes to MedRec and Transactions Used for Benchmarking

Overview of the Baseline Applications

Configuration for MedRec Baseline Applications (Light and Heavy)

WebLogic Server Configurations

Measured Configurations

Database Configurations

Client Configurations

Network Configuration

LoadRunner Configurations

About Baseline Numbers

Measured TPS for Light MedRec Application on UNIX

Measured TPS for Heavy MedRec Application on UNIX

Measured TPS for Light MedRec Application on Windows 2000

Measured TPS for Heavy MedRec Application on Windows 2000

Next Steps

Assessing Your Application Performance Objectives

Calculating Hardware Requirements

Guidelines for Calculating Hardware Requirements

Best Practices When Calculating Hardware Requirements

Capacity Planning Guide FAQs

Mainframes and Other Types of Hardware

Heterogeneous Client Types

Improving Application Performance

Determining Memory Requirements

Allowing for Think Time

Solaris Platform Summary - Linear Scalability

Solaris Platform Summary - Horizontal Scalability

Windows Platform Summary - Horizontal Scalability


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