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1 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
Performance Tuning Tips Session ID:100520

2 PRESENTERS John Bassett Executive Vice President
Global Systems Integration, Inc. Tom Gabriele Director of Delivery Global Systems Integration, Inc.

3 AGENDA Introductions / Agenda Performance Tuning Questions and Answers

4 GSI, INC. GSI: International Organization Focused on JDE Clients & Services Experience 750+ years of core JDE Experience All consultants have 10+ years of experience, average is 15 25+ year relationship with Oracle’s JD Edwards Team Technologies Red Stack / Blue Stack / Purple Stack WebSphere / Oracle Application Server / WebLogic / Fusion Middleware Terminal Server / Citrix / VMware / Oracle VM XPI / webMethods / Web Services Gateway / Business Services Server XML & BI Publisher Service Specialties Upgrades, Assessments, Implementations (local , regional, and global)…100+ World to E1 Upgrades and Stack Migrations… 40+ Managed Services, Remote DBA Services, Tech Admin Services, Field Consulting, Remote Application Services JD Edwards Performance Optimization JD Edwards Load Balancing, Archiving, High Availability & Hosting Confident enough to have a 100% Guarantee on all services

5 Performance Testing Lifecycle
DEFINING PERFORMANCE Why? Are we concerned about something? End user performance or additional users? Do we have the skills to fix the problems? Performance Testing Lifecycle Specify Critical Processes Tune/Optimize Measure Observe Trends Measure and Track Performance (How Many/How Fast) Response times experienced by users Number of transactions per hour Batch processing times by job or group of jobs Number or size of XML documents via web services How many users does the system support

6 Effects of Changing Equipment Effects of Applying ESU’s & ASU’s
PERFORMANCE FACTORS Effects of Changing Equipment Effects of Applying ESU’s & ASU’s Effects of Adding a New Business Unit New Tools or Application Release Data Growth Tales from the Performance Lab, Doc ID

7 E1 PERFORMANCE RECOMENDATIONS
Performance Workbench – JDE Tool JDE.INI Changes JAS.INI and JDBJ.INI UBE Introspection Separate BSFN Server and UBE Server Open Connections Changes in IE (“Spinning Wheel”) Code Currency (performance and memory ESU’s) Tools Updates Always verify MTRs

8 WebSphere Application Server Browsers
WEB SERVER CHANGES WebLogic Server JVM JDK Jrocket Tips for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Doc ID WebSphere Application Server JVM Min/Max 64/1024 Browsers IE/Chrome/Firefox/Safari

9 Separate OS and Data Drive Event Log Viewer
WINDOWS Firewall ACL Separate OS and Data Drive Event Log Viewer

10 Separate Mount Points for OS and Data Drive
UNIX/LINUX Firewall Setup Separate Mount Points for OS and Data Drive Shared Memory, Message Queues, Semaphores UNIX Kernel Parameter Recommendations for EnterpriseOne Doc ID

11 ISERIES OS Troubleshooting Tips for iSeries Performance Issues, Doc IS Tuning Memory Pools & QAQQINI and sqlServerMode SQL Packages. Doc ID Performance Tuning on System i for JD Edwards (this was done in WebEx) https://oracleaw.webex.com/oracleaw/ldr.php?AT=pb&SP=MC&rID= &rKey=dd4a2cefd249aba9 Other available iSeries Webcasts are as follows from Archived Advisor Webcast Recordings are available in Document JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and System i: Journaling, SQL Pkgs, and SQL Server JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and System i: Server Manager Agents on System i

12 Tips for Running EnterpriseOne with SQL Server 2008, Doc ID 843297.1
Tempdb Logs Data & Index Files Direct ODBC Access Tips for Running EnterpriseOne with SQL Server 2008, Doc ID

13 ORACLE DATABASE Archive Logs Data & Index Files Redo logs
Oracle Update Statistics Direct ODBC Access XML Issue- Oracle Databases Only: The DBA must run statistics over the package tables (F9867xx<package name>; ex. F98761PKGA) after Package Build finishes building them and prior to deploying the package. If this step is not done, processes that do significant spec accesses, such as On-Demand Generation, will be very slow. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Oracle 11G Database Performance Red Paper, Doc ID JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Oracle 11G Database RAC Failover And Multi-Node Performance, Doc ID

14 Packet prioritization and QOS (Packeteer, Bluecoat, Cisco, etc.)
LAN/WAN ISSUES Latency & Bandwidth Jumbo Frames Packet prioritization and QOS (Packeteer, Bluecoat, Cisco, etc.) SAN Connectivity TCPIPTweaking.pdf

15 KEY SUPPORT DOCUMENTS EnterpriseOne Kernels White Paper
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Performance Tuning Suggestions for IBM WebSphere Application Server 7 EnterpriseOne UBE Performance and Tuning JD Edwards EnterpriseOne System Performance – Summit 2013 Platform Configuration Considerations for XML Metadata with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne IBM Power Systems with IBMi Performance and Tuning Tips for Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0 Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne WebLogic Performance and Tuning White Paper

16 KEY SUPPORT DOCUMENTS General Information on EnterpriseOne Performance, Doc ID JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Performance Library, Doc ID ,1 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Current MRT Index, Doc ID , See Certifications Tab for 9.1.x and higher. EnterpriseOne Performance Workbench, Doc ID JDE.INI Tuning & Recommended JDE.INI Settings, Doc ID: Performance in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Doc ID: Performance and Tuning: UBE Performance and Tuning, Doc ID EnterpriseOne UBE Performance Tips, Doc ID Performance Tuning for Oracle WebLogic Server, Doc ID WAS: Performance Tuning Suggestions for IBM WebSphere Application Server Versions 6.1, 7.0 and 8.5 on EnterpriseOne HTML Server, Doc ID Master Note for Troubleshooting JDE Related Issues at Operating System Level For All Platforms, Doc ID

17 GSI’S ASSISTANCE What can we do to help?

18 Technology Solution Assessment
GSI’S S ASSISTANCE Technology Solution Assessment

19 GSI’S ASSISTANCE Pinnacle Performance Practice
The Pinnacle Performance Practice (P3) was created to provide a peace of mind that your business system can handle your business now and in the future Simulate “real world” use with scripts Create scripts for each business process Inject scripts based on user counts and process mix (eg: 40% Dist, 20% Mfg, 10% inquiry) Identify bottlenecks and Lead to Performance Optimization Recommendations Find the “breaking point” Document peak performance and create a baseline. Can also be used to measure effects of: Adding a business process, new users, or acquisition Changes to Hardware, OS or DBMS Changes to Software/Updates/Upgrades/INI files Security Changes Browser Upgrades or changes (IE, Firefox, Chrome & Safari)

20 Global Systems Integration, Inc.
Tom Gabriele Director of Delivery Global Systems Integration, Inc.

21 “…It takes FOREVER to run!” “…It doesn’t work…it is STILL processing!”
USER COMPLAINTS “…It takes FOREVER to run!” “…It doesn’t work…it is STILL processing!” “…It’s like watching paint dry!”

22 TYPICAL TROUBLESHOOTING
Process Review Log Analysis Data/Code review Debugger

23 Make troubleshooting easier Discover slow running processes
WHY TRY BENCHMARKING Make troubleshooting easier Discover slow running processes Discover problems not visible in debugger Optimize current processes Rate efficiency between alternate methods

24 BENEFITS OF BENCHMARKING
Gauge overall performance Identify the most time-consuming tasks or events Find the most efficient method Easily identify the area that may need optimization Uncover possible problems which lead to slow running jobs

25 BENCHMARKING METHODS Basic Benchmarking Advanced Benchmarking

26 BASIC BENCHMARKING Start of UBE End of UBE Start Time HH:MM:SS
End Time HH:MM:SS Total Runtime HH:MM:SS

27 Pros: Cons: BASIC BENCHMARKING
Provides overall program performance statistics Easy to create and implement Cons: Provides only the overall program performance statistics Difficult to identify which section or events within a section are the most time consuming

28 BENCHMARKING METHODS Basic Benchmarking Advanced Benchmarking

29 ADVANCED BENCHMARKING
Start of UBE End of UBE A~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tasks Output Start Time HH:MM:SS Task 1 HH:MM:SS Task 2 End Time HH:MM:SS Total Runtime HH:MM:SS

30 ADVANCED BENCHMARKING
A Task A Task B B Runtime Task C C Task A A

31 ADVANCED BENCHMARKING
Pros: Provides overall program performance statistics at the program level as well as at the section level Easy to identify which section or event within a section is the most time consuming Cons: More questions and scenarios to consider More effort to develop and implement

32 BASIC VS. ADVANCED BENCHMARKING

33 GSI’s BENCHMARKING UTILITY

34 Please fill-out session evaluation
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35 Questions And Answers

36 Registration OPEN! Early Bird rates end February 12, 2014.
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