- Queue priority and throughput configuration enables Administrators to tune throughput and response for specific workloads.
- Work node clustering enables businesses with large workloads to scale horizontally by distributing integration processing across multiple physical or virtual machines.
- Worker allocation settings control the number of concurrent processes that execute at any one time, both in single-server configurations and across clustered EBI systems.
Businesses with mixed workload inputs from trading partners, on-premise and SaaS applications, and/or enterprise data can use these mechanisms to prioritize processing of high-value and time-sensitive inputs, as business conditions and demands dictate. Examples include:
As integration workloads and service level requirements change, the scalability, concurrency, and throughput features of EXTOL Business Integrator empower businesses to tune integration throughput and response, both overall and for specific inputs.