Guide Concept

Web applications have increased reliability and performance by using a "pool" of independent servers called a cluster. It is important to understand what benefits the different methods of clustering provide, and what the different methods can mean for your system.

ThingWorx Foundation can be deployed in either an Active-Active clustered architecture, or a standard single-server deployment. This guide describes the benefits of an Active-Active clustered architecture over other clustering methods and provides a system administrator with resources to navigate the different architecture options.

Guide Info

Level Intermediate
Est. Time 30 Minutes
Published July 31, 2020
Author Allen Smith

You'll learn how to

    • Overview of different server clustering techniques
    • Pros and cons of the different clustering configurations that can be used with ThingWorx
    • Where to find detailed information about ThingWorx server clustering
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Environment:

This guide assumes that you are considering how to deploy ThingWorx in a production environment

Previous knowledge:
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