Performance tuning of Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition is very complex process. It involves monitoring, analyzing and tuning of all the Fusion Middleware/BI components along with database and operating system parameters. It is iterative process and requires a significant contribution from performance architect.
Recently Oracle released a latest version of guide that describes the tools which would help to monitor performance and techniques for optimizing the performance of BI and Database tier components. Intension is to provide guidance to quick start for performance tuning activities.
This blog is an attempt to provide information on released document, location to download the document and other logistic stuffs. I have read the document in totality and my recommendation is that it is indeed a document which would provide a better insight to kick start performance tuning activities. I would like to thank you author of this document for his contribution.
Best Practices Guide for Infrastructure Tuning
Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition
11g Release 1 (184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11)
An Oracle® White Paper
Oracle Support Web URL
Operating Systems parameters
WebLogic Server parameters
64bit Java Virtual Machines (JVM).
32bit Java Virtual Machines (JVM).
HTTP Server parameters.
HTTP Server Compression / Caching.
Web Browser Settings.
IBM WebSphere Server (IBM WAS) Parameters.
It is an interesting read.