Infrastructure Preparations for Hyperion EPM 11.1.2.2

Report
Infrastructure Preparations for
Oracle/Hyperion
EPM 11.1.2.2
Charles Naslund
Indigo New Zealand
18th of March 2013
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Agenda
• Current EPM 11.1.2.2 Architecture
• Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
• Server Sizing
• Tuning for stability and performance
• Q&A
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Agenda
Current EPM Architecture
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Oracle/Hyperion EPM Architecture
Technical Architecture
HTTP Server (IIS, Apache, OHS)
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Oracle/Hyperion EPM Architecture
Technical Architecture
HTTP Server (IIS, Apache, OHS)
Shared Services (Foundation)
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Oracle/Hyperion EPM Architecture
Technical Architecture
HTTP Server (IIS, Apache, OHS)
Shared Services (Foundation)
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Oracle/Hyperion EPM Architecture
Technical Architecture
HTTP Server (IIS, Apache, OHS)
Financial
Reporting
Web
Web
Analysis
Planning
EPMA
(Web App,
Data Sync)
OBIEE
Calc Mgr.
Shared Services (Foundation)
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Oracle/Hyperion EPM Architecture
Technical Architecture
HTTP Server (IIS, Apache, OHS)
Essbase
Provider
Svcs
Financial
Reporting
Web
Web
Analysis
Planning
EPMA
(Web App,
Data Sync)
Essbase
Admin
Services
Essbase
Studio
Server
OBIEE
Calc Mgr.
Shared Services (Foundation)
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Oracle/Hyperion EPM Architecture
Technical Architecture
HTTP Server (IIS, Apache, OHS)
Essbase
Provider
Svcs
Financial
Reporting
Web
Web
Analysis
Financial
Reporting
Svcs
OBIEE
Interactive
Reporting
EPMA
(Web App,
Data Sync)
Planning
HFM/FDM
COM
Server
EPMA
Dim Svr
Calc Mgr.
Workspace Agent Service
Shared Services (Foundation)
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Essbase
Admin
Services
Essbase
Studio
Server
Oracle/Hyperion EPM Architecture
Technical Architecture
HTTP Server (IIS, Apache, OHS)
Essbase
Provider
Svcs
Financial
Reporting
Web
Financial
Reporting
Svcs
Web
Analysis
Interactive
Reporting
Planning
HFM/FDM
Web
HFM/FDM
COM
Server
OBIEE
EPMA
(Web App,
Data Sync)
EPMA
Dim Svr
EPMA
Svc Mgr
Calc Mgr.
Workspace Agent Service
Shared Services (Foundation)
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Essbase
Admin
Services
Essbase
Studio
Server
Oracle/Hyperion EPM Architecture
Technical Architecture
HTTP Server (IIS, Apache, OHS)
Essbase
Provider
Svcs
Financial
Reporting
Web
Financial
Reporting
Svcs
Web
Analysis
Interactive
Reporting
Planning
HFM/FDM
Web
HFM/FDM
COM
Server
OBIEE
EPMA
(Web App,
Data Sync)
EPMA
Dim Svr
EPMA
Svc Mgr
Calc Mgr.
Workspace Agent Service
Shared Services (Foundation)
Essbase
Server
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Essbase
Admin
Services
Essbase
Studio
Server
Oracle/Hyperion EPM Architecture
Technical Architecture
HTTP Server (IIS, Apache, OHS)
Essbase
Provider
Svcs
Financial
Reporting
Web
Financial
Reporting
Svcs
Web
Analysis
Interactive
Reporting
Planning
HFM/FDM
Web
HFM/FDM
COM
Server
OBIEE
EPMA
Dim Svr
EPMA
Svc Mgr
Calc Mgr.
Workspace Agent Service
Shared Services (Foundation)
Essbase
Server
EPMA
(Web App,
Data Sync)
ODI
Agent
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Essbase
Admin
Services
Essbase
Studio
Server
Oracle/Hyperion EPM Architecture
Technical Architecture
Financial
Reporting Studio
BI/Essbase
Studio
Web
Browser
Office
SmartView Plug-In
HFM/FDM
Desktop
HTTP Server (IIS, Apache, OHS)
Essbase
Provider
Svcs
Financial
Reporting
Web
Financial
Reporting
Svcs
Web
Analysis
Interactive
Reporting
Planning
HFM/FDM
Web
HFM/FDM
COM
Server
OBIEE
EPMA
(Web App,
Data Sync)
EPMA
Dim Svr
EPMA
Svc Mgr
Calc Mgr.
Workspace Agent Service
Shared Services (Foundation)
ODI
Agent
Essbase
Server
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Essbase
Admin
Services
Essbase
Studio
Server
Oracle/Hyperion EPM Architecture
Technical Architecture
Web
Browser
Office
SmartView Plug-In
API, RMI, HTTP(S)
HFM/FDM
Desktop
Client
Layer
Financial
Reporting Studio
BI/Essbase
Studio
DCOM
HTTP(S)
HTTP Server (IIS, Apache, OHS)
Essbase
Provider
Svcs
Financial
Reporting
Svcs
Web
Analysis
Interactive
Reporting
Planning
HFM/FDM
Web
HFM/FDM
COM
Server
OBIEE
EPMA
(Web App,
Data Sync)
EPMA
Dim Svr
EPMA
Svc Mgr
Essbase
Admin
Services
Essbase
Studio
Server
Application
Layer
Financial
Reporting
Web
Calc Mgr.
Workspace Agent Service
Shared Services (Foundation)
TCP/IP
JDBC, OLE DB
Essbase
Server
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Database
Layer
ODI
Agent
Agenda
Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
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Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
"When you're prepared, you're more confident. When you have a
strategy, you're more comfortable.“ (Fred Couples)
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Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
Things to consider before Installation
Infrastructure Needs
• Servers
• Network
• Databases
• Workstations
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Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
Infrastructure Needs
Servers
Virtual or Tin?
Sizing Criteria
• Number of simultaneous users
• Application Demand
• Type of Application
• HFM
• Planning
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Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
Infrastructure Needs
Servers
• Application Demand
• HFM
• Primary Load on Relational DB
• Secondary Load on Application Server
• Light Load on Web
• Planning
• Primary Load on Essbase Server
• Secondary Load on Web/Application
• Light Load on Web
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Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
Infrastructure Needs
Servers
• Application Demand
• Reporting Use
• Financial Reporting Load
• HFM Data Source
• Planning Data Source
• Web/Application Server
• Workspace
• Financial Reporting Web
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Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
Infrastructure Needs
Servers
• Application Demand
• Reporting Use
• Reporting and Analysis Load
• Reporting and Analysis Services
• Data Source(s)
• OBIEE Load
• Web/Application Server
• Data Source
• Web Analysis
• Web/Application Server
• Data Source
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Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
Infrastructure Needs
Servers
Sizing Criteria
• SLA Requirements
• Redundancy
• Load Balancing
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Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
Infrastructure Needs
Network
Impact Criteria on Network
• Bandwidth
• HFM:
• Avg 64 - 128KB
• Planning:
• Avg 32 – 64KB
• SmartView:
• Avg 28KB
• Reporting:
• Report Size
• Report Books
• PDF
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Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
Infrastructure Needs
Network
Impact Criteria on Network
• Application Type
• Web
• Static Data Sizes
• Java Script
• Performance is sensative to latentcy.
• DCOM
• Variable network port usage
• Latency affects performance and user experience
•
Recommend a maximum of 125ms for best user experience
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Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
Things to consider before Installation
Software Needs
•
Operating Systems (64 bit recommended)
• Linux:
• Redhat 4.x, 5.x
• Oracle 4.x, 5.x
• UNIX:
• Solaris (2.9,10,11)
• AIX (5.3, 6.1, 7.1)
• HP-UX (11i) Itanium Only
• Windows:
• Server 2008 R2 (SP2+)
• Server 2003 (SP3+)
• Clients: XP (SP3+), 7,
• Mac OS
• OSX 10.6+ (Web Only)
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Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
Things to consider before Installation
Software Needs
• Client Browsers
• IE 7.x, 8.x, 9.x
• FireFox 10x
• Productivity Tool Support
• MS Office Suites 2003, 2007, 2008(Mac), 2010
• Other Software
• Adobe Reader
• DCOM (Client and Server)
• Flash
• JRE 1.60_22+
• .NET 3.5+
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Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
Things to consider before Installation
Software Needs
• Other Software
• Application Servers
• Weblogic 11gR1 (Licence Included)
• 10.3.5 and 10.3.6
• Web Servers
• Oracle HTTP Server 11gR1
• Microsoft IIS 6.0+ and 7.x
• Websphere (Licenses Additional)
• Newly supported with 11.1.2.2
• 7.0.0.19+ ND
• Web Server
• IBM HTTP Server 7.0+
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Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
Things to consider before Installation
Software Needs
• A Database repository is required to support EPM
metadata and security.
• Supported Databases for Repositories
• Oracle DB (10.2.0.4+, 11.1.07+, 11.2.0.1+)
• Microsoft SQL Server (2005, 2008, 2008 R2)
• IBM DB2 (9.7 FP3a, 9.5)
• Most other database vendors are supported as
datasources.
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Preparations “Why Should I Care?”
Things to consider before Installation
User Training
• Administrator(s)
• Oracle University: http://tinyurl.com/b2cajju
• Training Venues
• Virtual
• Classroom
• Self Taught
• Onsite Indigo Training
• Users
• Oracle University: Depends on Product
• EPM Classes URL: http://tinyurl.com/cyn59vf
• Onsite Indigo Training
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Agenda
Server Sizing
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Server Sizing 5 – 10 users
Oracle EPM Planning
System 11.1.2.2
Development Architecture
5 - 10 Developers
Developer PC / Laptop
· MS Office 2003/2007/2010
· JRE 1.6
· Smart View for Microsoft Office Add-in·
· Financial Reporting Studio
· Essbase Studio
VMWare Host Server
(Development)
Essbase Server
Active
Directory
VMWare Guest:·
· Essbase Services 11.1.2.2
Hyperion Application Server
VMWare Guest:·
· OHS Web Server
· Oracle Weblogic 11g·
· Planning· v11.1.2.2
· Foundation v11.1.2.2·
· Essbase Administration Services v11.12.2
· Financial Reporting· v11.1.2.2
· Oracle Data Integration Server v11.1.2.2
· JRE 1.6.x
VM Guest Server Spec’s
Hyperion DB Server
Supported DB’s:
Oracle 11g
SQL Server 2008 R2
Data Storage: 50GB
May be shared
Hyperion Application Server:
OS: Windows 2008 R2
CPU: 4 x vCPU’s
RAM: 12GB
DISK: D:\40GB; D:\60GB:
Essbase DB Server:
OS: Windows 2008 R2
CPU: 4 x CPU’s (Recommend Dedicated)
RAM: 16GB (Recommend Dedicated)
DISK: 1TB Storage (Recommend Dedicated LUN)
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Notes:
1)$Oracle may not support virtualization
on third party platforms
please see Oracle Support Note
562663.1
2)$For$best$performance,$it$is$recommended$
that$Essbase$Server,$the$DB$server,$and$the$
Produc=on$Environment$be$physical.$
Server Sizing 250 users
Oracle EPM Planning
System 11.1.2.2
Production Architecture
150 - 250 Users
Finance PC / Laptop
· MS Office 2003/2007/2010
· JRE 1.6
· Smart·View for Microsoft Office Add-in·
· IE 8
Active
Directory
Hyperion DB
Server
VMWare Host Server
(Production)
Hyperion Reporting Server
Hyperion Application Server
VMWare Guest:
· Financial Reporting Services·v111.1.2.2
· ODI Server · v11.1.2.2
· JRE 1.6
VMWare Guest:
· OHS Web Server·
· Oracle Weblogic · 11g
· Planning· v11.1.2.2
· Foundation v11.1..2.2
· Essbase Administration Services v11.1.2.2·
· AFPL GhostScript 8.51
· JRE 1.6
Supported DB’s:
Oracle 11g
SQL Server 2008 R2
Data Storage: 50GB
May be Shared
Essbase
Server
OS: Windows 2008 R2
2 x (Quad Core) CPU 3.0Ghz
16GB RAM
1TB Disk
Esssbase Svcs v11.1.2.2
Admin PC / Laptop
· MS Office 2003/2007/2010
· JRE 1.6
· Smart·View for Microsoft Office Add-in·
· Financial Reporting Studio
· Essbase Studio
·IE 8
VM Guest Server Spec’s
Hyperion Reporting Server
OS: Windows 2008 R2
CPU: 4 x vCPU’s
RAM: 8GB
DISK: D:\40GB; D:\60GB
Hyperion Application Server
OS: Windows 2008 R2
CPU: 6 x vCPU’s
RAM: 12GB
DISK: D:\40GB; D:\60GB
Notes:
1)$Oracle may not support virtualization
on third party platforms
please see Oracle Support Note
562663.1
2)$For$best$performance,$it$is$recommended$
that$Essbase$Server,$the$DB$server,$and$the$
Produc=on$Environment$be$physical.$
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Server Sizing 500 users
Oracle EPM Planning
System 11.1.2.2
Production Architecture
500 Users
Finance PC / Laptop
· MS Office 2003/2007/2010
· JRE 1.6
· Smart·View for Microsoft Office Add-in·
· IE 8
Active
Directory
Admin PC / Laptop
· MS Office 2003/2007/2010
· JRE 1.6
· Smart·View for Microsoft Office Add-in·
· Financial Reporting Studio
· Essbase Studio
·IE 8
VMWare Host Server
(Production)
Web Server
VMWare Guest:
· Oracle HTTP Server/IIS
· JRE 1.6
Hyperion DB
Server
Supported DB’s:
Oracle 11g
SQL Server 2008 R2
Data Storage: 50GB
May be Shared
Essbase
Server
OS: Windows 2008 R2
2 x (Quad Core) CPU 3.0Ghz
16GB RAM
1TB Disk
Esssbase Svcs v11.1.2.2
Hyperion Reporting Server
VMWare Guest:
· Financial Reporting Services·v111.1.2.2
- BIPLUs Services v11.1.2.2
· JRE 1.6
VM Guest Server Spec’s
Hyperion Reporting Server
OS: Windows 2008 R2
CPU: 4 x vCPU’s
RAM: 8GB
DISK: D:\40GB; D:\60GB
Hyperion ETL Server
VMWare Guest:
· ODI Server · v11.1.2.2
· JRE 1.6
Hyperion Application Server(s)
VMWare Guest:
· OHS Web Server·
· Oracle Weblogic · 11g
· Planning· v11.1.2.2
· Foundation v11.1..2.2
· Essbase Administration Services v11.1.2.2·
· AFPL GhostScript 8.51
· JRE 1.6
Hyperion Application Server
OS: Windows 2008 R2
CPU: 4 x vCPU’s
RAM: 16GB
DISK: D:\40GB; D:\60GB
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Notes:
1)$Oracle may not support virtualization
on third party platforms
please see Oracle Support Note
562663.1
2)$For$best$performance,$it$is$recommended$
that$Essbase$Server,$the$DB$server,$and$the$
Produc=on$Environment$be$physical.$
Agenda
Tuning for stability and performance
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
• Server Operating Systems
• Web Servers
• Application Servers
• Oracle Databases
• Client Operating Systems
• Client Web Browsers
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Server Operating Systems
• Windows Parameters
• Linux Parameters
• Unix Parameters
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Server Operating Systems
• Windows Parameters
•
MaxUserPort (used to determine availability of user ports requested by applications such as
smartview, planning, etc.)
•
Default: 16383
•
Recommend: 65532
•
Use Netsh command to configure start port and range
•
netsh int ipv4 set dynamicport tcp start=1025 num=64508
•
Note: Use netsh int ipv4 show dynamicport tcp
to determine dynamic port ranges
•
Receive Window Auto-Tuning Level
•
Win Server 2008 automatically adjusts TCP window scaling.
•
Some routers, firewalls, and OS’s are incompatible with it and could cause slow data transfer.
•
Disable TCP Auto-Tuning if your users experience slow network performance (ie: data sent very
slowly or drops data occasionally
•
CMD: netsh interface tcp show global
•
Set power option setting to “High Performance”
•
Ref: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2207548
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Server Operating Systems
• Linux Parameters
• Tcp_fin_timeout:
• Default: 60
• Recommend: 30
• File Descriptors: (open files)
• Default: 1024
• Recommend 8192 (64 bit)
• Tcp_max_syn_backlog
• Default: 1024
• Recommend 4096
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Server Operating Systems
• Unix Parameters
• Aix
•
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Tcp_keepidle
•
Default:14400 (2 hours)
•
Recommend:600 (5 min)
Tcp_keepintvl
•
Default: 150
•
Recommend 10
Tcp_keepinit
•
Default: 150
•
Recommend 40
Listen Backlog
•
Default 1024
•
Recommend 8192
Socket Send and Receive Buffer Size
•
Check with IBM for optimal value for these values
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Server Operating Systems
• Unix Parameters
• Aix
•
User Limit Parameter
•
Set the following vlaues to Unlimited for 64-bit servers
•
Time (seconds)
•
File (blocks)
•
Data (kbytes)
•
Stack (kbytes)
•
Memory (kbytes)
•
Coredump (blocks)
•
Nofiles (descriptors)
•
Set to 8192 on 64-bit
•
SpinLooptime
•
Default: 40
•
Recommend 600
•
MALLOCOPTIONS
•
Set to multiheap:16
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Server Operating Systems
• Unix Parameters
• Solaris
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File Descriptors (nofiles)
•
Default: 256
•
Recommend: 16384
Tcp_time_wait_interval
•
Default: 60000
•
Recommend: 30000
Tcp_xmit_hiwat and tcp_recv_hiwat
•
Calculated based on network bandwith and average latency
•
Recommend: (Bandwidth bits/sec) X ((Return Latency) X (8 bits/byte)
•
Solaris 9 Default = 48K
•
Very Fast Networks = >32K
Tcp_conn_hash_size
•
Default: 512 (Solaris 9, 0 in Solaris 10)
•
Recommend: 1024 (0 in Solaris 10)
Connection Backlog
•
Default 128 (max_q), 1024 (max_q0)
•
Recommend: 1024 (max_q), 4096 (max_q0)
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Web Servers
• Oracle Https Server (OHS)
•
•
Settings are located in the
Middleware_Home/user_projects_epmsystem1/httpConfig/ohs/config/OHS/ohs_component/http.conf file
For Windows Uset these settings
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Web Servers
• Oracle Https Server (OHS)
•
•
Settings are located in the
Middleware_Home/user_projects_epmsystem1/httpConfig/ohs/config/OHS/ohs_component/http.conf file
For Unix, use these settings
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Web Servers
• IIS 7
•
•
•
•
•
Idle timeout
•
Default Value: 20
•
Recommend: 0
Regular time Interval
•
Default: 1740
•
Recommend 0
minBytesPerSecond
•
Default: 240
•
Recommended 50
Connection Timeout
•
Default: 120
•
Recommended 7200
Private Memory and Virtual Memory Limit
•
Set to 0 (64bit only)
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Web Servers
2.6.0.1 Web Server Compression Flow
To better understand compression flow , below are the possible compression enabled
scenarios that show s handling of compressed http requests / responses on Oracle
and IIS w eb server.
• HTTP Compression/Caching
Scenario is
1 – Compression
enabled on Oracle HTTP server (ohs) level:
• What
it?
HTTP
IE / Firefox
Decompression Layer
(gizp, deflate)
Web Browser Rendering
VPN (WAN)
IIS
HTTP
HFM:80
Oracle (ohs) :19000
Compression Layer
(gzip, deflate)
Sending all compressed HTTP Responses to clients from
Oracle port 19000
Scenario 2 – Compression enabled on IIS HTTP server level:
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WebLogic Server
Reporting and Analysis Web:45000
Foundations Services:28080
Planning:8300
Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Web Servers
• HTTP Compression/Caching
• Why use compression?
• Saves network bandwidth
• Improves request and response latency
• Applications which benefit from compression
• HFM
• Planning Web Forms
• Recommended only for Wide Area Networks, not LAN’s
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Application Servers
• Oracle Weblogic
•
Increase the number of connection pool.
•
Use the Weblogic Administration Console to change the settings
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Application Servers
• Oracle Weblogic
•
•
Tune 64bit Java Virtual Machines (JVM’s)
Jrocket JVM Settings
•
Sun JVM Settings
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Application Servers
• IBM Websphere
• Use the same settings as for Sun JVM
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Relational Databases
• Oracle RDBMS
•
Init.Ora Settings
•
Processes=1500
•
Set Open_Cursors=7000
•
Set Cursor_Sharing=Force
•
Set Session_Cached_Cursors=100
•
Set Optimizer_Index_Cost_Adj to 50
•
Recommend that the DBA use the AWR and ADDM reports to analyze the user activity
•
As always, pay attention to the OS performance as well, especially CPU and RAM utilization on
the DB Server
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Client Operating Systems
• Microsoft Windows
• XP Professional
•
TCP/IP value limit
• Default 10 (set in SP2)
• Recommend 100
• 7
• Apple OSX
•
None needed. Web Access Only
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Tuning for stability and performance
Tuning Platforms
Web Browsers
• Internet Explorer
• Performance increases in this order
• IE 7
• IE 8
• IE 9
• Firefox
• Performs about 20% better than IE with EPM Web
forms
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Summary and Q&A
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