By Owen Allen-Oracle on Jan 08, 2015
When you're planning an Ops Center deployment, planning to expand a datacenter where Ops Center is installed, or looking to optimize your Ops Center deployment, it's vital to have information about scaling and performance. You need to know whether your new systems will need another Proxy Controller, or whether the system you're planning on using for your Enterprise Controller is beefy enough.
We've added a Sizing and Performance Guide to the Ops Center library, to help you answer these sorts of questions for your environment:
- The Resource Utilization chapter discusses the relative resource usage of common Ops Center uses, such as OS provisioning, update management, and virtualization.
- The Scaling and Performance Guidelines chapter provides detailed information about the resources used by, and the scaling capabilities of, Ops Center components such as the Enterprise Controller, Proxy Controllers, database, virtualization controllers, and networks.
- The Reference Systems chapter provides several reference system specifications for you to use in your planning.
- The Report Service Configuration Properties appendix explains how to edit the reporting properties, or disable reporting entirely, to improve performance.
You can find this document, along with the rest of the documentation, in the Ops Center 12.2.2 documentation library.