JS7 is designed for performance. There are no hard-wired limits. The key figures indicate the numbers that JS7 has been tested with. They do not indicate a limit.
|Objects||Total of Orders||500 000||The overall number of orders for execution of workflows|
|Total of Workflows||200 000||The overall number of workflows|
|Total of Jobs||1 000 000||The number of jobs available with workflows|
|Executions||Total of Parallel Tasks per Agent||15 000||The number of parallel processes running with a single Agent|
|Total of Parallel Tasks across Agents||50 000||The number of parallel processes running across any Agents|
|Task Start Latency||5 ms||The delay in milliseconds between the request to start a task and the operating system process being started|
- Controller and Agents make use of all available cores to parallelize threads. A larger number of cores allows better parallelism.
- Memory usage of Controller and Agents has to be adjusted to the expected parallelism. As a rule of thumb e.g. running 5000 parallel tasks suggests a minimum of 8 GB main memory for each Controller and Agent.
- Disk speed is relevant for the Controller and Agent journals that hold events for JS7 - Order State Transitions.