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For server environments supporting up to 1,000 concurrent users, the recommendation configuration is as follows.


The rule of thumb is to have 1 virtual CPU core per 25 concurrent users on Web API front-end boxes. A typical deployment for 1000 concurrent users would be:

  • 1 Datazen Server Core machine (8 CPU Cores)
  • 1 Datazen Server Data Acquisition Service machine (8 CPU Cores)
  • 5 Datazen Server Web API machines (8 CPU cores each, 40 total)

You can use the above for high-level estimates, however we would want to examine the exact requirements of the deployment before providing the final recommendation. 


  • Datazen Core Service and Datazen Data Acquisition Service machines, 16 gigabytes RAM
  • Datazen Web API machines,4  gigabytes RAM
Thanks to Miljan Braticevic for providing these recommendations!