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Section technical leaders and senior editors: VaughnRokosz, TimFeeney, DavidChadwick, PaulEllis, ShubjitNaik, RichardRakich

This section covers the planning and design guidance and considerations for deploying a Rational systems or software development environment. Start by reading the Deployment planning: Where to start? topic, which provides a good overview of the key considerations that should be addressed from the outset. Effective deployment planning and design will help you build a development environment that meets your business and technical requirements, with flexibility and scalability to meet your future needs. It is important to address the non-functional considerations of the design from the outset because it can be very hard and costly to re-engineer an environment to meet them later.

Deployment planning

Deployment planning: Where to start?

Deployment topologies and example deployments

Standard deployment topologies overview

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Design considerations

* new16.png Impact of network latency on ELM user performance from remote locations

Non-functional design considerations


Here we list recently published performance sizing guides and datasheets. A more complete list appears at Performance sizing guides and datasheets.

Sizing strategy for CLM 6.x

Performance test how-to material!

The datasheets below are updated when performance testing shows a significant change. The 6.0 datasheets apply to the 6.0.1 and 6.0.2 releases. Note that there were major updates to the performance datasheets between the 5.x and 6.x releases.

Performance testing validated that there were no regressions for RTC, RQM and RELM between the 5.0, 5.0.1 and 5.0.2 releases. For 5.0.2 performance information for RTC, RQM and RELM, see the 5.0 datasheets.

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