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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Dynamics AX - how scalable?

One of the first things that clients alike ask about is Dynamics AX scalability. Well I wanted to talk a little about this in my post here.

If we look at the latest scalability posted test, which you can find here PDF Link, you will see that the scalability test ran by Microsoft where all the way up to 3,000 concurrent users. This is way more than most any client will need at a given time, and so that number along speaks volumes.

Here is some information from that PDF:
"Performance Improvements and Scalability:

Based on rigorous scalability benchmark testing at the 1,000 concurrent user level, Microsoft Dynamics AX performed extremely well on both responsiveness and throughput while testing tasks in a full order-to-cash cycle, including the creation of purchase orders and entering sales orders. In addition, using the industry’s commonly used benchmarking standards, Microsoft Dynamics AX completed simple scenario orders for 3,000 concurrent users, far surpassing the needs of the majority of upper mid-market and enterprise customers."

So I would recommend to those that want to know more of the details behind this report, you can again find the PDF here: PDF Link

I want to conclude on this note. This was done in 2006, nearly over 2 years ago! Dynamics AX 2009 is coming out this Summer, which is going to be even more improved for performance and scalability. So is Dynamics AX scalable, you better believe it, and the math is there to show it!

check back soon!

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