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Impact on system performance due to cross system risks

Apr 09 at 02:41 PM

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Hello All,

We are currently on GRC 10.1 SP19. We are planning to configure cross system risks in the system and subsequently use these in the Process Control Rules.

The risks go as below

ECC Prod vs Ecc Non Prod (Dev, Quality, Sandbox etc.)

BI Prod vs BI Non Prod (Dev, Quality, Sandbox etc.)

In the same way we are planning to do this for some 15 environments.

In order to achieve this we would need to run the auth sync and repository object sync for almost all the systems in GRC prod. This will increase the current data in GRC Prod tables by multiple times and there by impact performance as well. Any suggestions/ best practices on how this could be achieved.

Thank you in advance !

Best regards,

Praman Mulay

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Alessandro Banzer
Apr 11 at 12:10 PM
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Hi Praman,

my advice would only be to keep an eye on the database and the growth of the tables. Depending on what DB you are using also check the archive logs.

For the risk analysis, if you experience performance issues you can always check the possibility of the file based storage which is faster than the DB storage. Others than that I can only tell you that I have clients that synchronize multiple landscapes with >60k users and it works just fine. Fine tuning the background jobs will be a little tricky so that they don't overlap.

Regards, Alessandro

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