A good starting point is perhaps this document: http://global.qlik.com/au/explore/resources/whitepapers/qlikview-server-virtualization.
As with any virtualization, underlying hardware is still relevant and statically allocate resources to Qlik products so they don't share RAM and CPU.
Hampus von Post
Hi Hampus von Post,
Thanks for your answer.
I know this documentation, there isn't any practical recommendation on what to configure on the server. It is all on the theoretical level.
i am looking for something that i can forward to the IT team