WebSphere Information Integrator Q replication

Performance considerations

From the developerWorks archives

John Aschoff

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: March 10, 2005

With the release of IBM® WebSphere® Information Integrator 8.2, IBM delivered a major advancement in database replication through a function called queue replication, or Q replication. The new replication architecture has emerged from the need for high performance: high transaction volume combined with low latency. In this article, discover the new Q replication architecture, what levels of performance to expect, and what factors influence that performance. Also, learn from examples drawn from laboratory measurements on both AIX® and z/OS® platforms.

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Zone=Information Management, WebSphere
ArticleTitle=WebSphere Information Integrator Q replication