OTM Performance Review and Benchmarking
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More and more clients are looking to understand the capabilities of the OTM/G-Log architecture and configuration in order better tune OTM. Usually, this is required because of poor OTM performance or …
More and more clients are looking to understand the capabilities of the OTM/G-Log architecture and configuration in order better tune OTM. Usually, this is required because of poor OTM performance or as preparation for significant changes to OTM configuration, volume, or platform. The client may be experience poor performance throughout the entire system or for a very specific use cases. The primary objective of a Performance Tuning Exercise is to understand how OTM is being utilized and to recommend solution to improve the performance of OTM.
We recommend and will take the audience through a “ground-up” performance tuning exercise, starting with hardware and infrastructure, moving to Java and App server tuning, then to OTM technical tuning and finally to the OTM functional tuning (data, agents, etc).
These audits may identify hardware constraints at each tier, networking, or other infrastructure constraints causing sub-optimal system performance. Simply stated, the performance audit will identify all bottlenecks in the system if they exist.
In many cases the largest performance is impacts are not hardware, but rather how the data is configured within the application. So as part of the exercise we will analyze database performance, individual SQL queries, OTM Queues, bulk planning parameters, agents, rates and the settlement process.
Understanding the methods which will best identify these bottlenecks will help you avoid performance issues early in your project and save considerable time and expense as you near go-live. This presentation will guide you through the steps necessary to better understand what is impacting performance and how to best handle it. It will provide lessons learned and tools that are available to you better manage and maintain a healthy OTM environment.
Presented by Chris Plough at MavenWire