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ISA sizing guide and scalability info - 6.Mar.2006 2:42:06 AM   
allconfused

 

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Hi Guys, We have a large enterprise (10,000+ users) and I am looking at upgrading out ISA2000 proxy environment to 2004.
I am trying to find a guide somewhere to help me figure out how much capacity (cpu's, ram, hard disk etc) I will need
if I have X number of users making X req/sec with X sized cache on servers that solely do proxying (no vpn or firewall functionality)
I'm having a hell of a time tracking anything down.
can any of you help with advice or a link or anything?
thanks
A

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RE: ISA sizing guide and scalability info - 6.Mar.2006 6:44:46 AM   
Sunny.C

 

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I take it that you will be using more than a single server for a enterprise of that size.
I would suggest a min of 2x dual xeon 3GHz, min of 2Gb ram ddr ecc(more if caching), make sure you have yourself some fast 15,000rpm hard drives,  make sure you have top of the line nics try getting dual nics for load balancing and faster response time. Bottom line go as much as you can go with the server specs.

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