Chapter 9. Scalability and Distribution

NNM provides a number of scalability features. This chapter discusses the features that allow the scalability and distribution of NNM. While scaling a product does not eliminate the necessity for hardware upgrades, it may reduce the amount of resources required for optimal performance. For example, if the synchronization of a map (loading objects into memory) takes a long time, this may indicate that the management station could use more memory. Before upgrading memory, try the options listed here that may reduce the amount of memory being consumed on the management station when maps are opened:

  1. Configure remote consoles to distribute the display of maps. Maps that are opened from the remote console use the ...

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