Following on my previous post, I had a look at the performance impact of enabling QVD and QVF encryption in Qlik Sense.
In this test, I’m using Qlik Sense Enterprise November 2019 release on an Azure B4ms (4 vCPU, 16GB RAM) VM running Windows Server 2019. Qlik Sense encryption settings were left at default.
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Previously, I tested the performance of a load script while using RecNo() and RowNo() functions. This conveniently gave me a script which consumes up to 25GB of RAM, along with considerable CPU power.
So, what about testing it on two cloud boxes? I’ve chosen a machine from both AWS and Azure, loaded them with Qlik Sense September 2018 and run the load script.
The summary: The AWS box was approx 8% faster than the Azure box.
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