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Scalability of Orion

asked 2015-10-28 14:15:24 +0100

michael gravatar image

I'm new to FIWARE and still reading and trying to wrap my head around the architecture. My use case involves hundreds of thousands of events per second, where I'm thinking of leveraging FIWARE to collect sensor data and then forward to our data processing/cep platform. I've read that Orion depends on MongoDB for state management. So my questions is whether Orion scales horizontally and whether it's able to handle five or six figures of events per second?

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answered 2015-11-04 03:16:57 +0100

Fermín Galán gravatar image

Orion can scale horizontally (there is an interesting post about it at SOF, which I recommend to read). We haven't tested Orion in the scenarios you mention (five or six figures of events per second) but with a conveniently sized infrastructure it should be theoretically possible.

Thus, our recommendation is to start with a single Orion node (properly sized, see some hints here), start injecting load and when the limit is reached, add a new Orion node or MongoDB shard (you would need to check which one is the bottleneck in your case). Continue increasing load an adding new resources until you reach the required load.

For us, it would be very interesting to know the result of such tests if you do them at the end.

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Thanks! Will update..

michael gravatar imagemichael ( 2015-11-04 03:29:19 +0100 )edit
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