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ucmdb 10.01: Federation Performance/Best practice

I am worried about performance and looking for guidance how best to federate.

 

currently we are looking at a db with 2 million records of  interest and trying to sort out if to use a federation adapter or some intermediate mechanism to support faster queries.

 

Federation has a query that traverses at least two tables on the  remote db.

 

I am wondering if anyone has looked at

 

1. Creating a table that are normalized specifically for ucmdb queries.

2. Create a cache ucmdb instance just to handle data, then enrich and have ucmdb run federation against this - caching ucmdb server.

 

Any federation guidnace would be appreciated.

 

FYI, this is specifically for IBM TADZ federation so if anyone has specific federation recommendation I would like to hear them.

 

Thank you.

 

 

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Re: ucmdb 10.01: Federation Performance/Best practice

Hello,

 

I am currently working on finding out more information about your questions. I will come back to you as soon as I can.

 

Regards,

Irina

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