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From Ashu Jaiswal <Ajais...@contata.com>
Subject Re: Struts scalability and benchmarking
Date Fri, 11 Jun 2004 15:49:15 GMT
What if the system needed to scale to thousands (or potentially even
millions) of user? Would just throwing more hardware solve the
scalability issues? I know this sounds really open ended, but I'm just
trying to figure out how well struts has performed (or will) in the past
for large websites. The FAQ seems to have the "struts powered website"
link missing.

thanks,
Ashu

Subject:
Re: Struts scalability and benchmarking
From:
Bill Siggelkow <billsigg@bellsouth.net>
Date:
Thu, 10 Jun 2004 17:23:37 -0400

To:
user@struts.apache.org


Personally, I think this would be more a function of
(1) the application server/container that you are using
(Tomcat/JBoss/WAS/...) and

(2) the hardware/clustering etc.

Also, you need to do some additional analysis on expected number of
users, estimate how much data will be held in the session, what database
you are using, blah blah

Ashu Jaiswal wrote:

> Hi,
> Just wondering if there have been any scalability and benchmarking
> studies done on struts. I am trying to figure out if struts would scale
> out well if the number of users in a system grew rapidly, starting from
> a small user base.
>
> I would appreciate any comments, suggestions or pointers.
>
> thanks,
> Ashu



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