Installing the panagenda MarvelClient databases allows for the following types of installation.
In this setup, both databases (Config and Analyze) are installed on a local IBM HCL Notes client.
Whilst a local installation is well suited for a quick evaluation, it does not allow for testing with multiple users.
In this setup, both databases (Config and Analyze) are installed on one dedicated IBM HCL Domino server.
Whilst we do not recommend to use a dedicated server for lack of potentially needed scalability, you can “hard-code” MarvelClient to use one particular server as opposed to each user’s mailserver.
If used for production purposes, all users and/or test servers must have a good connection to this server. The server also needs to be able to process the maximum number of concurrent sessions at peak times – this number depends on the number of users that potentially log on during peak working hours and the session duration on the Domino server.
Recommended for environments up to a few thousand users: Load-balanced/Production
Note: %notes_homeserver% is dynamically resolved from a user's then current location document.
Recommended for all environments, especially for many (hundreds of) thousands of users: Hub/Spoke