Aerospike 2 Database is tuned for reliability and fast performance. However, efficient software needs to be deployed on the right hardware to get optimal results.
When setting up your Aerospike 2 Database, you’ll need a good hardware strategy to ensure that:
- There are sufficient nodes and clusters to handle expected throughput (including peak traffic)
- When a node fails, the cluster continues to operate and handle requests
- The clusters have enough storage for the data
- When data exceeds capacity, policies are in place to handle overflows gracefully
- When a cluster fails, other clusters pick up the traffic load and users see minimal impact
For a discussion of hardware requirements and capacity, read this documentation page.
Capacity Planning Resources:
For a Community Edition cluster of two nodes, check out the instructions for provisioning.
For an Enterprise Edition installation, download the case study.
Capacity Planning Kit
This kit helps you determine your hardware requirements for deploying your application with Aerospike Database and consists of:
- The Capacity Planning Guide – detailed description of capacity considerations
- The Capacity Planner – planning spreadsheet (requires Microsoft Excel 2007)