PostgreSQL as CMS-DB: extend max limits of discovered CIs + relationships

PostgreSQL as CMS-DB: extend max limits of discovered CIs + relationships

Aim is to use PostgreSQL instead of Oracle-DB in big enterprise environments.

Reasons:

- reduce operational efforts

- get rid of Oracle Licensing / Oracle LMS topics

- use same RDBMS solution for Universal CMDB server + data flow probes

 

for Oracle-DB max limit of discoverd CIs + relationships = 150 million

for MSSQL max limit of discoverd CIs + relationships = 125 million

for PostgreSQL max limit of discoverd CIs + relationships = 24 million

(referring to Universal CMDB Sizing Guide)

 

Request is to handle 60 million CIs per CMS environment using PostgreSQL.

 

 

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