Our customers frequently select OpenRules for their decision management needs because of two important factors: 1) Ease of Use; and 2) Performance and Scalability. We have large customers who use OpenRules to create very complex decision models capable to handle large payloads – see an example with 17M records.
Recently we received a request to create a decision service capable to handle 1B records. Luckily this large corporation already uses Apache Spark for scalable computing as thousands of other companies, including 80% of the Fortune 500.
Within a few days, our team built a POC that put an OpenRules-based decision service inside an Apache Spark application. The performance results were really impressive: the total execution time for 1 billion records was under 7 minutes averaging 6 million decisions per second! Read more in the new manual “OpenRules-Spark Integration“.
When we converted a POC into a real decision service that handles more than 30,000 complex rules, we received the following execution results:
Decision tables is the most popular mechanism for representation of business logic – no wonder they play the major role in the DMN standard. However, when it comes to analyzing large amount of data, standard decision tables may not be the best way to do it. In this post, I’ll describe a much better approach implemented in OpenRules.
On Apr 20, 2022 I shared recent OpenRules experience building decision services capable to handle huge payloads with sound performance. He described how putting a decision service into a cloud-based environment supporting parallel execution allowed a large US corporation improve the performance 100 times! Watch Recording
2019 has brought lots of innovations and positive developments for OpenRules and its customers. This post summarizes all the new capabilities and user experiences that we have introduced in 2019. Continue reading →
OpenRules always was among the fastest decision execution engines. Our newest OpenRules Decision Manager was designed to provide super-fast performance for modern enterprise decision-making applications that handle millions of rules-based transactions per day and to naturally support cloud-based microservices. Now we started to receive a very positive feedback from our customers: after switching to the newest OpenRules Decision Manager the same decision models show 6-10 times performance improvement! If you decide to switch as well, you may take advantage of our Migration Services.