Choose the Sizing and Hardware System Requirements of Aternity on-premise 10

Aternity on-premise supports a wide range of deployments with different hardware sizing and network layouts, depending on the number of devices you intend to monitor for performance:

Size of deployment Description

Trial deployment (up to 100 devices)

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Trial POC deployment for Aternity on-premise

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X-Small deployment (up to 5000 devices)

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X-Small Aternity deployment

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Small deployments (up to 20,000 devices)

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Small sized Aternity deployment

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Medium sized deployments (up to 40,000 devices)

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Medium Aternity deployment

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Large deployments (up to 70,000 devices

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Large Aternity deployment

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X-large deployments (up to 100,000 devices)

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X-large Aternity deployment

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XX-large deployments (up to 155,000 devices)

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XX-large Aternity deployment

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Separate from sizing, you must also choose the topology, where to place the components in your network. Aternity supports three types of deployment topologies: local, centralized or distributed.