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Improve application performance by configuring your own node types

Updated on May 3, 2021

You can now configure your own node types to control which agents, listeners, job schedulers, and queue processors run when the node is started for more effective use of Node classification.

For better performance, a Pega application can now have associations that start with specific node types and start agents, listeners, job schedulers, and queue processors only on those specific node types. For more intuitive use, you can assign purpose-specific names to your nodes instead of using default node types that do not have meaningful names.

For example, for Pega Marketing you can create PegaMKTEmail and PegaMKTSMS node types, and then only the nodes in the cluster that start with these node types will start associated resources such as agents.

For more information, see Node classification, Creating configurable node types.

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