webMethods Integration Server Scalability

Ivan Herlambang
Integration Engineer at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
You have to buy another license for clustering named Terracotta which also had several different license, basically it was acting as a multicast and a cache, so if one of your node is processing something it would write into Terracotta, and then the other node would recognize some process going on so it wouldn't try to do the same processes which would be make double transaction for instance. It also can be use for data cache so you could have better performance fetching frequently data called rather than query it somewhere else e.g Database or REST Resources View full review »
Hassan Hussien
Consultant at AXA
It is easy to scale. We can really scale it up. We have had no issues with this. Right now, we have an establishment of one organizer per platform but our plan is to use it as the only, single point of integration. The entire enterprise, all applications through all departments, and all IT will use the platform. We are planning to increase the usage of the platform continuously over the next five years. View full review »
Sr. Software Developer | Systems Integration Specialist | Project Manager | EDI Technical Lead at a energy/utilities company with 5,001-10,000 employees
It seems to be doing very well. View full review »
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