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Yes, customers use SAP NetWeaver Process Integration (SAP NetWeaver PI) in high volume scenarios and process large amount of messages! In a survey carried out together with SDN, ASUG (Americas’ SAP User Group), and DSAG (German Speaking SAP User Group) customers reported about processing of more than 100 million messages per month with single message sizes of up to 120 MB. And the first customer, who went life with the latest release SAP NetWeaver PI 7.1, set a high volume scenario life within 3 weeks and Unrestricted Shipment of SAP NetWeaver PI 7.1 as of July 25 overnight  with response times of around 200ms for an end to end B2B transaction! Find out more information on 4 real life customer examples in the presentation about high volume scenarios with SAP NetWeaver PI. The customer stories include examples for high volume scenarios based on the three currently supported SAP NetWeaver PI releases: SAP NetWeaver PI 7.1, SAP PI 7.0 as well as SAP Exchange Infrastructure 3.0.

Besides the real life customer scenarios the presentation provides information about our latest performance enhancements incl. benchmark results, e. g. message packaging and the Advanced Adapter Engine (AAE). The AAE is a natural further development of the Adapter Engine from previous SAP PI 7.0 / SAP XI 3.0 releases and allows local processing on the Java stack only, since the AAE supports mapping, routing, and XML validation; this local processing leads to substantial performance enhancements in SAP NetWeaver PI 7.1. Therefore, in general we recommend to use the latest release SAP NetWeaver PI 7.1. More information about factors that influence performance with SAP NetWeaver PI, such as sizing or tuning parameters, are listed at the end of the presentation. And last but not least, stay tuned for upcoming performance tests for SAP enhancement package 1 for SAP NetWeaver PI 7.1!

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  1. Dennis Klemann
    Hello Udo,

    I’m unable to properly download the linked pdf file.
    Acrobat refuses to open it with a message stating: “The file is damaged and could not be repaired.”

    Could you please take a look into this?
    I’m very interesting in it.

    Thanks!

    Best regards,
    Dennis

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    1. Udo Paltzer Post author
      Hello Dennis,

      sorry for the problems and not being able to download the document! Actually, the link to the document has been used already by many people, so you might want to try it again. In case there further problems, I can send you the document via mail as well, just let me know.

      Best regards, Udo

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