Hi! Potential new user here.
(slightly long post here but I really want to get this correct right out of the gate)
I am reaching my limit with ST as I am now on week three of random automation failures and behavior. This of course put's Hubitat high on my list of alternatives.
At present I have a hundred or so devices integrated via ST. My user interfaces are ActionTiles and Amazon Echo's. Where possible I have used the Scenes and Routines in ST and for anything more complex I use WebCore.
I've been reading and viewing as much content as I can find on HE and so far it looks like it will meet or exceed my needs in most cases. The only area of question/concern I am left with is related to complex automation.
I have read several posts on whether or not Rule Machine is or is not more capable than WebCore and posts on whether or not you can stabley run webcore on HE. In my present ST/WebCore setup I have a set of 8 pistons that automate interior and exterior lighting and I don't want to lose the functionality that they give me. What heightened my concern was an HE podcast in which one of the developers cautioned people about overwhelming the HE processor with Rule Machine scripts that were too complex.
Short of buying and trying it is there anyway to evaluate whether HE can accommodate the automations I want to run?
If it is a limitation of memory or processor speed on the HE hardware, is it possible to port the code over to a more capable piece of hardware?
Regarding WebCore, what's the latest on running it on HE?
Any feedback or thoughts would be welcome!