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Qlik Architecture Deep Dive Blog

Deep dives into specific back-end technologies which allow for the extension of Qlik to fit the needs of the enterprise.

Employee
Employee

An introduction to the Architecture Deep Dive Blog

Welcome all.

We on the Enterprise Architecture team in the Americas have envisioned a space that focuses on the technical back-end of the Qlik family of products. As opposed to the other fantastic blogs hosted on Qlik Community which primarily focus on developing and designing Qlik applications, our areas of interest include:

  • Designing resilient architectures
  • Integrating Qlik with automation tools / work-flows

We do look at this space as a true community so do share your own insights and add value in the comments. If you or your organization would like to do a write-up of a topic area, then do not hesitate to reach out to myself or the other admins of the space.

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Luminary
Luminary

Hi Levi,

A document describing the different architectural scenarios would be great.

Especially focussed towards high volume high size enterprises. 

Kind Regards,

Dion

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Employee
Employee

@dionverbeke : Interesting thought. What specifically? Like calculators for estimating RAM / CPU? Topology? what?

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Partner
Partner

1) In general , how do we make sure Sense and Nprinting always work perfectly with out downtime.  What are the common reasons why systems go down and their preventive measures

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Creator
Creator

Hello Levi,

will there be a "Deep Dive" in QlikView too? For exampel the topic guruprem mentioned for QlikView would be great.

Kind regards

Peter

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Employee
Employee

@guruprem : We'll see what we can put together, though "without downtime" won't ever happen. You always will need to patch Windows, upgrade either Qlik Sense or Qlik NPrinting  😀

@peterwh : Is there a topic area which is needed inside of QlikView other than what you referenced, QlikView and NPrinting?

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Master III
Master III

Hi Levi,

We have a single node environment having regular reloads/40-50 concurrent users doing analytics in peak time(Some apps are of 1.5GB size/we have big size nprinting reports running on few days/Developers developing new app or modifying old apps etc..

We got 32 cores and 130 Gm RAM which gives desired performance except when nprinting report generation starts for few very high volume report generation.

CPU Usage remains below 60 % and RAM won't go beyond 75%, but performance drops drastically, our Infra team says RAM and CPU usage looks normal, we know its nprinting making all the difference..

Can you please include this situation in your Deep Dive Blog, we have been working with Qlik Support for last few weeks.

 

Thanks,

Digvijay

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