Web Trns•port Technology. Trns•port User Group Conference Bob DeHoff, Info Tech, Inc October 9, 2008. Topics. Technical TRT Deployment Installation and Migration Database and Data Interfaces Customization Anticipated Future Infrastructure Resources Q&A.
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Trns•port User Group Conference
Bob DeHoff, Info Tech, Inc
October 9, 2008
Business processing is distributed differently in web Trns•port than it is in Client/Server Trns•port…
C/S distributes processing across both user desktops and batch servers
Terminal servers shift most of the load off the desktop clients
All processing performed by web/application servers.
For good performance, more capacity is needed for these servers than what you have for your C/S batch servers.
Multi-CPU server configured as
an IIS “Web Garden”
Local ASP.NET State Server shares
user session across Worker Processes
in Web Garden
Multiple servers configured as a
“Web Farm” using a Load Balancer such
as Windows Network Load Balancing
ASP.NET State Server shares session
across servers in the farm. Can be hosted on
one of the web servers or a separate server
The configuration shown here is the one used for web Trns•port performance testing
* ODBC drivers required for Data Migration Utility only
** Oracle 10g also supported on Sun Solaris and HPUX database servers