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Once you've installed Martini, everything's set up for you: you can launch it and it will run. However, for organizations looking to run Martini in production, further configuration should be considered for robustness.

By default, Martini is configured to run with embedded ActiveMQ, embedded HSQL, and embedded Solr. However, to increase reliability and performance throughput, TORO recommends that you replace these and deploy stand-alone or clustered servers for your message broker, databases, and Solr indexes.

The procedures for configuring these are described in detail in the following documents. Not only will you learn how to set your broker, database, and Solr instances up; you will also learn how to configure them according to the needs of your server.