There are four tiers, each with a performance specification. The performance criteria are based on three factors that best define real-time digital twin use case needs. The factors are:
- Maximum size of each message from a data source
- Maximum message frequency from a data source
- Maximum size of a digital twin instance
Each factor is stated in terms of a maximum provisioning. Maximum needs should be easy to determine since messages should be consistently sized and the frequency of message reporting from data sources should be at regular intervals. Likewise, once a digital twin model is built, its size will be known.
After you’ve chosen a performance level, you separately determine how many digital twin instances you will need. The ScaleOut Digital Twin Streaming Service performance scales linearly, so the number of digital twin instances will not affect performance.
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