The number of incidents Genetec Mission Control™ can handle per minute depends on the number of incident types, the complexity of the incident detection rules and automation workflows, the number of active incidents, and the speed the events are generated in the system.
Genetec Mission Control™ server benchmark
- Recommended server benchmark
- System is running on recommended Security Center server requirements.
- Incident manager role is on the same server as SQL express and RabbitMQ (recommended).
- High end server benchmark
- Based on a high performance server (SV-2000 series). The values indicated here
may vary depending on your actual setup.
For more information on Streamvault™ 2000 series rackmount security appliance, visit the Genetec Inc. website.
Server benchmark metrics
|Server benchmark||Number of incident types||Number of active incidents||Events per minute||Incident updates per minute||Incidents per minute||Connected workstations|
|Recommended server||100 (simple trigger1)||40,000 (simple automation workflow2)||120,000
(2000 events per second)
|High end server||100 (simple trigger1)||75,000 (simple automation workflow2)||270,000
(4500 events per second)
1 Single event qualifying rule without constraints. Example: Any Person falling.
2 Single activity without condition. Example: Change description to 'New description'.
The number of active incidents a single workstation can handle is as follows:
|View in Incident monitoring task||Number of active incidents3|
3 Incidents with no automation workflow.
4 Metrics based on Google Maps.