+1, I haven't seen any case where the split-join topology isn't made
obsolete by the unified topology.

On Thu, Nov 1, 2018 at 6:17 PM Michael Miklavcic <
michael.miklav...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Fellow Metronians,
> We've had the unified enrichment topology around for a number of months
> now, it has proved itself stable, and there is yet to be a time that I have
> seen the split-join topology outperform the unified one. Here are some
> simple reasons to deprecate the split-join topology.
>    1. Unified topology performs better.
>    2. The configuration, especially for performance tuning is much, much
>    simpler in the unified model.
>    3. The footprint within the cluster is smaller.
>    4. One of the first activities for any install is that we spend time
>    instructing users to switch to the unified topology.
>    5. One less moving part to maintain.
> I'd like to recommend that we deprecate the split-join topology and make
> the unified enrichment topology the new default.
> Best,
> Mike

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