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.

Starting with the 9.0 release, ThingWorx Foundation can now 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 Aug 27, 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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This guide assumes that you are considering how to deploy ThingWorx in a production environment

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