Performance: Tuning and Best Practices


Within an SOA framework, OSB provides connectivity, routing, mediation, management, and some process orchestration capabilities. The design philosophy for OSB is to be a high-performance and stateless (nonpersistent state) intermediary between two or more applications. However, given the diversity in scale and functionality of SOA implementations, OSB applications are subject to a large variety of usage patterns, message sizes, and quality of service (QoS) requirements.


Message Size Proxy Service Java Virtual Machine Polling Interval Global Transaction 
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© Jeff Davies, David Schorow, Samrat Ray, and David Rieber 2008

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