Performance Factors of Red Hat's JBoss Data Grid

Performance Factors of Red Hat's JBoss Data Grid


Red Hat's JBoss Data Grid promises to help you meet high uptime requirements, handle large transaction volumes, and quickly access data in real time. But JBoss Data Grid has a variety of configuration options -- how do you know which will result in optimum performance in your environment?

This technical brief will help you understand the performance impact of various configuration options in three categories:

  • Distributed (XA) transactions
  • Local (auto commit) transactions
  • No transactions

Plus, find out how well these three categories scale using four different configurations by reading now.

Red Hat
18 Jul 2014
31 Mar 2013
18 Page(s)
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