Although deploying Fedora 4 is as easy as downloading the WAR file and copying to your servlet container's webapps directory, this document details the process.
The Fedora 4 Authentication (AuthN) and Authorization (AuthZ) framework is designed to be flexible and extensible, to allow any organization to configure access to suit its needs.
To support horizontal scalability use cases as well as geographic distribution, Fedora 4 can be configured as a cluster of application servers.
Fedora 4 is instrumented using Metrics http://metrics.codahale.com/. These metrics are exposed via JMX http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/tech/javamanagement-140525.html and an HTTP API. All REST API operations track timing and histogram information. Key internal API methods are also included. Modeshape http://modeshape.jboss.org and Infinispan http://infinispan.org include their own metrics reporting over JMX.
This guide will help you setup the OAI-PMH provider for Fedora 4 on Tomcat 7. For further details, please refer to the project's documentation on GitHub https://github.com/fcrepo4-labs/fcrepo4-oaiprovider.
The Fedora community has conducted a number of performance tests. The details of each test, including testing parameters and results, are included in the following sections.