Benchmarking Oracle Internet Directory 10gR2 Performance

Customers have been comfortably using the E-Business Suite behind corporate firewalls for years now without any worries.  Increasingly, however, Applications environments are being exposed to supplies, partners, and customers outside of a corporate firewall like this:
Apps Multiple Web Entry Points:


Amongst other potential concerns, this has the potential to increase the number of registered and concurrent Apps users by several orders of magnitude.  System architects need to ensure that their Release 11i environments can scale up to handle the increased workload. 

If you're considering integrating Oracle Application Server 10g with your E-Business Suite environment to support Single Sign-On, then another one of your goals is to ensure that your Identity Management infrastructure can scale up, too.

To help you answer that question, our OID product management group has recently released a whitepaper that shows benchmarking data for Oracle Internet Directory 10g Release 2 (10.1.2.0.2):
This whitepaper has SLAMD Distributed Load Generation Engine benchmarks for an OID LDAP directory with 150 million users on a six-node Directory Replication ring consisting of two multi-master nodes and four fan-out replica nodes.  If that's gibberish to you, don't worry -- the paper describes what each of these High Availability concepts mean.

OID Benchmarking Architecture:

Pretty impressive testing setup:  they used six 32-CPU Itanium2-based servers running on Linux Suse 9, with a combined total of 2,160 GB of storage across all nodes. 

This paper's an interesting read, both from a high-availability architectural planning perspective, as well as for the actual benchmarking data itself.

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