Tuning guidelines and principles to enhance database performance in WebSphere Commerce

Modifying the default data model to maintain server throughput during peak events in the WebSphere Commerce environment

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Noureddine Brahimi

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: December 16, 2014

You can modify the default WebSphere® Commerce data model to maintain optimal system performance during periods of high user connectivity, such as peak shopping events. A heavy workload, simulating a peak shopping event on the original data model, is run and analyzed. Based on that analysis, the data model is reconfigured to optimize database and application performance.

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