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Applying the topologies

Every customer's environment is different with unique, necessary and often immutable requirements and constraints. We recognize that these standard topologies may not provide enough detail to make them immediately implementable in some customer environments, but we wanted to describe several topologies with enough variability to give an indication of what is possible and where our recommendations start.

While we recommend customers start with a standard topology that is most applicable to them, we recognize they will need to make changes and customizations to support their own unique requirements and constraints. IBM will support your own implementations, but may ask you to describe which topology is most applicable to your deployment and ask you to document what is unique in your environment to expedite any potential support situation.

To aid you in documenting your chosen deployment topology, we have made the following Rational Software Architect (RSA) model files available:

These may be imported into RSA then further modified or expanded to represent your environment. Look at the Installation_Instructions.txt file for information on how to import the models into RSA.

Datasheets and sizing guidelines

Find CLM-specific performance datasheets, sizing guidelines and performance-related case studies on the Performance datasheets and sizing guidelines page.

Next steps

This topic is meant to briefly introduce these standard topologies and describe how they might be applied. Work is already underway to build upon and apply them. Subsequent updates to this topic and supporting topics will provide additional insight into their usage.

Future updates to this topic or supporting topics may cover:

  • Deeper look at select topologies
  • Provide suggested tuning parameters
  • Consider high availability database topologies
  • Begin to expand this topology model into other domains
  • Discussion of strategic integrations with other Rational and non-Rational products.
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Zipzip CLM_Standard_Topologies.zip manage 1302.0 K 2013-10-01 - 21:30 GrantCovell  
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