Just wanted to know what would be the performance implications when we have a BOT running an application in Citrix servers, How the performance is evaluated when con-current sessions are being running. How would we calculate and monitor the performance metrics.
Thanks | Srinivas
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Are you referring to a bot running on a Citrix Desktop? or a published app? Your Citrix team should be able to help you either way. Citrix servers are tuned to expected load. When you change the load (new applications running for, more users, etc.), the tuning needs to be examined. Performance is impacted when the load exceeds capacity, obviously.
BOT will be performing its operations on a application which is stitting inside the Citrix server, So my question over here is if the BOT typically complete one transaction and starting with second one sequentially as per automation. Will there be any performance lags or any overheads on the Citrix farm.
Compute overhead per session say like we have up to 100 instances of the Pega client will be running on each citrix server, one instance for each session, how much system resources will this consume? And how the implications will be on the performance.